Table 1 describes the functions of OBS Browser:
Creates and deletes buckets of different storage classes in specific regions (service areas) and changes bucket storage classes.
Manages objects by uploading (including multipart uploading), downloading, deleting, changing storage classes, restoring Cold objects, and sharing objects through URLs.
Supports batch upload and download objects, as well as multipart upload.
Enables you to clear fragments that have been generated.
OBS Browser supports permission control based on bucket policies, bucket ACLs, and object ACLs.
OBS allows user to encrypt objects using server-side encryption so that the objects can be securely stored in OBS.
CORS is a browser-standard mechanism provided by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). It defines the interaction methods between client-side web applications in one origin and resources in another origin. For general web page requests, website scripts and contents in one origin cannot interact with those in another origin because of Same Origin Policies (SOPs).
Records bucket access requests in logs for request analysis and log audit.
Supports the ability to set lifecycle rules for buckets to automatically delete expired objects.
Allows you to manage data shared by other OBS users.
Allows you to upload, download, delete, and restore tasks.