Wasabi is a cloud-based object storage service for a broad range of applications and use cases. Wasabi is designed for individuals and organizations that require a high-performance, reliable, and secure data storage infrastructure at minimal cost.
This guide introduces you to Wasabi, showing you how to use the Wasabi Management Console for:
Information is presented with step-by-step procedures. It is best to work from Chapters 2 through 4 consecutively to learn about each Wasabi feature.
Go to thefor FAQs and information on Wasabi features and pricing.
To get the most out of Wasabi, let's review a few simple concepts. Wasabi stores data as objects in buckets. An object consists of a file and, optionally, any permissions and metadata that describes the file. A bucket is a storage container into which you upload your files.
You can have one or more buckets and, for each, you can:
Control access to it (who can create, delete, and list objects in the bucket)
View access logs for the bucket and the objects it stores
You can access user documentation with the button on a panel. Or, at any time, click Support on the Wasabi menu to display the Wasabi web site.