The COS console is the easiest way to work with COS without even considering using code or programs.
If you are a first-time COS user, we recommend that you first learn about the following concepts:
The following will describe how to get started with COS and store your data in the cloud using the console.
You must register a Tencent Cloud account before you can use the COS service. To do so, click the button below (Skip this step if you already have an account.)
Once registered, use your registered account to log in to Tencent Cloud Console and verify your identity. For detailed instructions, please see Identity Verification Guide (If you are already done so, please skip this step.)
Open the Tencent Cloud Console, and select Products > Cloud Object Storage to enter the COS console. Then, follow the on-screen instructions to activate COS service (If you have already done so, please skip this step.)
You need to create a bucket to store your objects.
To upload a local file to your bucket:
To download COS data locally:
exampleobjext.txtto enter the object attribute page.
To learn more about what COS can offer, such as setting object access permissions, hotlink protection, and static websites, please see Console Overview.
In addition to the console, COS also offers the following accesses for you to get started with.
|COSBrowser||Provides a user-friendly interface to easily upload and download objects, and generate access URLs.|
|COSCMD||Enables you to use simple command lines to upload, download, and delete objects in batches.|
|APIs||COS uses XML APIs, which are lightweight, connectionless, and stateless. By calling XML APIs, you can send requests to and accept responses from COS directly over HTTP/HTTPS.|
We are deeply sorry for any inconvenience you may have encountered when using the console. If you need to reach out, please contact us by submitting a ticket.