August 1, 2022

phoenixNAP’s Object Storage service (OSS) overcomes NAS’ shortcomings when dealing with massive data storage. If you have massive chunks of unstructured data, it doesn’t make sense to tie it to a single physical location attached to a single pathway anymore. This is where Object Storage steps in, with its unique architecture.

Object storage uses a robust flat-file structure that stores data in containers (often called “buckets”) and retrieves data according to its unique identifier.

Object Storage Service API Guide

Object Storage provides a robust S3-compliant API. For further details, download the API user guide by clicking the download button below:

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Dejan Tucakov
Dejan is the Head of Content at phoenixNAP with over 8 years of experience in Web publishing and technical writing. Prior to joining PNAP, he was Chief Editor of several websites striving to advocate for emerging technologies. He is dedicated to simplifying complex notions and providing meaningful insight into data center and cloud technology.
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