Make more space for your data as your business grows. Host, serve and archive any type of content or backup copies. Oktawave Cloud Storage (OCS) is a secure object storage service designed for high-availabilty. It works with every app thanks to OpenStack Swift-compatible API
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Oktawave Cloud Storage
scalable data store in the cloud
keep your assets safe
OCS stores your assets in multiple copies, which reduces the risk of data loss in case of outage. Powerful security features give you control over containers and objects. You can manage user roles and privileges or even enable data versioning.
Pay only for the disk space you use and for data transfer. You can scale it up as your business grows. OCS offers virtually infinite space for your data.
file sharing for teams
Use OCS as a shared drive to store company assets and share them with your team. Install a third-party file browser on your computer (e.g. CyberDuck). Create user accounts in the Oktawave control panel and define user privileges for your team members
You do not have to deploy any infrastructure for the cloud storage, OCS will handle that automatically.
Add or remove user profiles as you see fit. Freely define roles or change the level of user privileges (read/write).
Benefit from central storage service for all your apps. Use OCS to exchange data between multiple servers.
host & deliver your content
OCS is a scalable store for your static web or application assets such as images, scripts, and style sheets. Use your own domain with an SSL certificate to ensure consistency and security arcoss your architecture.
OCS comes with a number of security features that give you full control over who can access your data in the cloud and on what terms.
Identity and access management policy allows you to create profiles of multiple users within a single Oktawave account, each with different access rights.
Temporary URLs allow you to make any private asset on your OCS publicly available for a limited time using a signed URL.
Access-Control Lists (ACL) are used to limit the access rights in regard to a specific container.