Compliant with the S3 standard –
highly scalable, affordable, convenient
S3 Object Storage is ideal for backups and to archive company data. It is a convenient, affordable and compliant way to store any amount of static data.
S3 Object Storage provides redundant data storage on several nodes – without additional costs or administration workload. Your data is stored redundantly, while mirroring ensures retrieval at any time.
S3 Object Storage keeps your budget calculations simple. You can respond easily to changing requirements and only pay for the storage space and time that you actually use, without restrictive contract periods and minimum prices. Instead you will benefit from attractive tiered pricing: The more storage space you use, the less you pay per TB.
1 GB of storage starts at just 1.6 cents per month
API access/usage from 0.3 cents per 10,000 calls
Free data storage/retrieval
Outgoing traffic 9 cents per GB
Fair and transparent price structure
No fixed contract periods
Free trial phase
File sharing on an open source storage platform
Long-term, affordable storage of company and customer data
Migrating website/shop images and videos
Storage of large, unstructured volumes of raw data
Test all the benefits of S3 Object Storage for 30 days – without contractual obligations or hidden costs! Simply register for a free account.
Configure your S3 buckets and then transfer the storage objects to the cloud. To do this, use our S3 API or the Data Center Designer in the Enterprise Cloud.
Your Object Storage is available immediately after configuration and can be integrated directly in your applications.
Try out S3 Object Storage with a starting credit of $500 for 30 days—with no further commitment, contracts, or hidden costs!
Our experienced system admins are on hand 24/7 to offer you professional technical support. Even at night, on weekends and national holidays ‒ 365 days a year, free of charge.
Cloud server and root access – with Intel® Xeon® processor and SSD storage (SAN)
Dedicated server with high-performance hardware and the flexibility of the cloud