Creating a Public Cloud Archive container

Find out how to create your Public Cloud Archive containers in the OVHcloud Control Panel

Last updated 27th October 2021

Objective

The Public Cloud Archive offer is an unlimited storage solution with simple billing tailored to your needs. There are many types of object containers:

  • For static hosting (static website).
  • For private hosting (e.g. storage of personal data).
  • For public hosting (to store everything that is accessible to the public).
  • For cold storage (archiving).

The first step is to create a container that will hold your files.

This guide explains how to create a container in the OVHcloud Control Panel.

Requirements

Instructions

Creating a Public Cloud Archive container from the customer area

Log in to the OVHcloud Control Panel, go to the Public Cloud section and select the Public Cloud project concerned. Then, click on Cloud Archive in the left-hand navigation bar under "Storage".

If this is your first container :

pca dashboard

If this is not your first container:

pca dashboard

Select the region of your container, then click Next :

select a region

Name your container, then click Create the container :

If you want to link your container to a domain name, your container name must not contain the following characters:

  • [ . ]
  • [ _ ]
  • And you must not use capital letters.

Refer to our guide on linking a container to a domain name if necessary.

container name

Your container is now created:

container created

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