KS3 provides a cost-effective storage solution that can store massive amounts of data. KS3 supports the Standard, Infrequent Access, and Archive storage classes. You can select a storage class based on your data access frequency to minimize costs.
KS3 API supports HTTPS to ensure data security during transmission. KS3 supports client-side encryption, AES-256 server-side encryption using managed keys, and custom server-side encryption using customer-provided keys. KS3 also supports cost-effective disaster recovery and data backup through cross-region replication.
KS3 provides multiple methods that allow you to control permissions on files, such as ACLs for files and buckets, IAM, and role-based authorization. KS3 provides hotlinking protection that allows you to configure an IP address blacklist or whitelist for access control. KS3 also supports image protection to prevent others from using your image files without authorization.
KS3 provides various data management features, such as lifecycle management, mirroring-based back-to-origin, hotlinking protection, cloud monitoring with Kingsoft Cloud Monitor Service, project management, and permission management.
KS3 allows you to migrate massive amounts of data from third-party data sources to KS3 by using KS3Up-tool. KS3 supports incremental, resumable, and concurrent upload of data. In addition, the mirroring-based back-to-origin feature allows you to migrate data to KS3 without interrupting your service.
KS3 allows you to manage data by using the console, RESTful API, and SDKs for multiple languages. To help you manage data, KS3 also provides the GUI tool KS3 Explorer, the command-line tool KS3Util, and the data migration tool KS3Up-tool.
KS3 can work with CDN by acting as the origin. CDN accelerates content delivery by allowing users to retrieve files from the CDN nodes that are closest to them. KS3 also provides features such as thumbnail, watermark, clipping, and rotation to offer high-quality image processing.
Cross-Origin Resource Sharing
KS3 supports Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) that allows web applications in one domain to interact with resources in another domain. With the CORS support, you can build rich web applications with KS3.