Help & DocumentationCloud Object Storage
Last updated: 2019-11-29 16:16:31
|October 22, 2019||
It allows you to perform the specified operation on the specified list of objects in a bucket.
|October 9, 2019||
It uses Structured Query Language (SQL) statements to filter the objects stored in COS so as to extract a specific object and get the desired data.
|August 29, 2019||
It is used to record the detailed access information of the specified source bucket and store the information in the specified bucket in the form of log files to facilitate bucket management.
|June 20, 2019||
It is used to store multiple versions of the same object in the same bucket.
By configuring a cross-region replication rule, incremental objects can be automatically and asynchronously replicated between buckets in different regions.
|June 10, 2019||
You can bind a custom domain name with ICP filing to your current bucket and access the objects there through the domain name.
|June 3, 2019||
It helps you manage objects in a bucket and can gradually replace the List API operation in COS.
|May 10, 2019||
A tag can be used as an identifier for easier bucket grouping and management.
|April 26, 2019||
It is to directly upload objects to COS and store them in the archive storage class.
|November 12, 2018||
Archive storage can be billed in USD in Mainland China now.
|August 1, 2018||The new version of console is released in beta with the following features:
The new console uses new APIs that support more regions.
The new console supports such features as lifecycle management.
1. Documents on the official website such as those for features and use cases will be updated as per the new console.
2. Subsequently, new features will only be released in the new console but not available in the legacy console.
|December 15, 2017||
To keep you updated on traffic usage and fees, the billing period for traffic consumed in COS is changed from monthly to daily, while other billable items are still billed monthly.