Last updated:2021-04-28 11:04:05

Kingsoft Cloud Standard Storage Service (KS3) is a storage space solution developed by Kingsoft Cloud. It features no limitation, multiple backups, distributed deployment, and low cost. KS3 provides SDKs for multiple languages to help you expand storage capacity, ensure data reliability and security, and implement distributed access. You can use KS3 SDKs to develop programs and services related to the storage business.
In KS3, you can safely store a variety of data at a low cost, including:

  • Static resources of websites, such as picture, music, video, and text files
  • Historical data of companies, such as data backups and logs
  • Disaster backups of various large objects

KS3 places no limit on the total storage capacity or the capacity of a single bucket. The maximum size of a single object in KS3 is 50 TB.

You can use KS3 in the following ways:

  1. Tools
    KS3 provides various tools to facilitate operations, such as batch download and upload.
  2. SDKs
    KS3 provides SDKs for multiple languages. You can use these SDKs to build upload and download features for your applications.
  3. API
    KS3 provides a set of RESTful API operations to meet flexible development requirements. For more information, see API File.
    KS3 is compatible with common AWS S3 interface protocols which are supported by various open-source tools. Therefore, applications and services that are developed based on S3 interface protocols can be easily migrated to KS3.
  4. KS3 Console
    You can access the KS3 console in a browser to perform operations as required. For example, you can manage your account, view bills, and configure permissions. For more information about how to use the KS3 console, see the KS3 console manual.

KS3 supports both HTTP and HTTPS. We recommend that you use HTTPS to protect your information. If you use the default endpoint to access KS3, you do not need to install the certificate on the client. In this case, if you need to access a KS3 object, enter the object URL in a browser by replacing http:// with https://. You can also use a custom endpoint to access KS3. For more information, see How can I use a custom domain name to support HTTPS?

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