Koyeb Managed Stores Quickstart

Last updated 9 months ago

Koyeb Stores are storage spaces to upload, store, and manage large amounts of data. You can upload data to your Koyeb Store via the Koyeb Control Panel or S3-compatible API. Once your Koyeb Store is created, you will be able to process data in realtime in your Stacks with functions.

Create a new Koyeb Managed Store

To create a new Koyeb Managed, click "Stores" found in the left-side menu. You will land on the Stores page, which is where you will find a list of your Stores. If this is your first Store, click Create Store. If this is not your first Store, click the New button to create a Store.

On the Store creation page, select Koyeb as the cloud service provider and give your Store a name. Click the Create Store button.

Your Store is being provisioned and will be ready to use in a few seconds. Once your Store becomes active, you can start the upload and manage data.

Manage data from the control panel

In the Explorer tab of your Store you can create folders, upload data, delete files, and explore your data.

Let's start by uploading some data. Click the Upload button, a modal opens and lets you drag and drop your files. Select the files you want to upload and click the Upload button.

Once the upload is done, you will see your freshly uploaded files in the explorer. You can hover over the file name on each file to copy a temporary signed URL to access the file and see the file content-type.

The New folder button allows you to create a folder to upload files on a specific path.

At any time, you can delete files and folder by selecting them and click the "DELETE" button. This action is irreversible, and all files deleted can be recovered.

Koyeb Managed Stores are data storage areas provided by Koyeb, offering reliable, secure storage environments to store all your data. Each Koyeb Managed Store you create is isolated, replicated, and secure.


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