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A bucket stores objects on OBS. OBS provides flat storage methods based on buckets and objects. All objects in a bucket are on the same logical layer, eliminating multi-layer directory structures in file systems.

On OBS, the bucket name must be unique and cannot be changed. When a bucket is created, its access control list (ACL) is generated by default. The items in the ACL include permissions of authorized users such as the read (READ), write (WRITE), and full control (FULL_CONTROL) permissions. Only authorized users can perform operations related to buckets, including creating, deleting, and viewing a bucket as well as setting the ACL of a bucket. A tenant can create a maximum of 100 buckets. However, the number and total size of objects in a bucket are not restricted. Users do not need to consider data expandability.

As OBS is based on REST HTTP and HTTPS, you can use uniform resource locators (URLs) to locate resources.

Figure 9-1 illustrates the relationship between objects and buckets on OBS.

Figure 9-1 Buckets and objects

Updated: 2019-10-23

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