Aurora Objects is cost efficient, scalable and flexible cloud storage for your website or app. Storage capacity scales automatically, so disk space will never be an issue again. Your objects can be accessed by a simple API call or URL, perfect for developers and the tech savvy.
All data that you upload to Aurora Objects is encrypted by an SSL connection and safely stored in the Netherlands, managed by a 100% Dutch company which is subject to Dutch law. In other words, your data will not be easily shared with authorities or taken offline.
All objects are at least replicated three times over different servers. This makes Aurora Objects extremely reliable for not only the content of your website, but also for backups of your website (or any other backups), (vacation)photos or videos. Lastly you can specify which objects are publicly accessible.
Aurora Objects comes equipped with an S3 compatible API. This allows other applications to be used in conjunction with Aurora Objects, such as S3 browsers, sync software and Wordpress plugins that enable you to serve your content directly from the Aurora Objects platform.
Aurora Objects is specifically designed to serve objects as fast as possible and uses its RAM memory to achieve that. By serving your content from Aurora Objects you're able to boost the performance of your website, since your website will be loaded from multiple locations by your visitors.
No matter if you want to upload an object of 10 GB or 10 TB, for Aurora Objects its all peanuts. You won't be bounded by limits in any form, which can come in handy when your app or website takes off and suddenly needs more storage capacity. Aurora Objects scales automatically to your needs.
The use cases for Aurora Objects are pretty much endless. Whether you have a website with lots of static data, offer uploads to your visitors or would like to set up your own backup service like dropbox, with Aurora Objects you will have all the storage capacity you need directly at your disposal.
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