Console Function Overview¶
Table 1 lists functions provided by OBS Console.
Allow you to create and delete buckets of different storage classes in specified regions (service areas), as well as change bucket storage classes.
Allow you to manage objects, including uploads, multipart uploads, downloads, storage class change, restore of Cold objects, and deletion.
Encrypts data on servers to enhance security of data stored on OBS.
Allows you to set properties for objects.
With Cloud Trace Service (CTS), you can record data operations associated with OBS for later query, audit, and backtrack operations.
Manages and clears fragments generated due to object upload failures.
Stores multiple versions of an object in the same bucket.
Logs bucket access requests for analysis and auditing.
Allows you to receive messages and emails from OBS.
Controls OBS access permissions through IAM policies, bucket/object policies, and bucket/object access control lists (ACLs).
Allows you to configure lifecycle rules to periodically expire and delete objects or transition objects between storage classes.
Implements object replication across regions under the same account. By configuring cross-region replication rules, you can enable OBS to automatically and asynchronously copy data from a source bucket to a destination bucket in another region.
Therefore, cross-region replication provides the capability for data disaster recovery across regions, catering to your needs for off-site data backup.
Identifies and classifies buckets in OBS.
Supports the hosting of static website content in buckets, and supports redirection of bucket access requests to specific hosts.
Binds your website domain names to bucket domain names. This function applies to the following scenario: migrating files from a website to OBS without modifying the code of the web page, and keeping the link of the website unchanged.
Provides URL validation to prevent object links of OBS from being stolen by other websites.
Allows a web client in one origin to interact with resources in another one. CORS is a browser-standard mechanism defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). For general web page requests, website scripts and contents in one origin cannot interact with those in another because of Same Origin Policies (SOPs).
Lets the requester pay for data transfer and API calls associated with accessing resources in the bucket and you (the bucket owner) pay for only data storage in the bucket.