CDN77 Object Storage

CDN77 Object Storage is an S3-compatible service that lets you store large amounts of data. It is closely integrated with our CDN infrastructure and we do not charge for requests or egress fees for traffic within our CDN77 network. Object storage, as the name suggests, manages data as objects; this is a different approach compared to other storage architectures, which manage data as a file hierarchy. Each object typically includes the data itself and a variable amount of metadata.

The CDN77 Object Storage is available in the following locations: New York (us-1) and Prague (eu-1).

Predefined default limits

  • You can create up to 50 buckets per account
  • You can have up to 1,000,000 objects per account
  • You can have up to 1,000,000 objects per bucket
  • You can have up to 10,000 parts in one multipart upload

Limits can be adjusted per request. Please contact our support team via live chat if you are interested in increasing any of the listed limits.

Rate Limits

All storages have the following limits:

  • 750 requests per bucket per second
  • 1000 requests per IP adress per second
  • 75 listing requests per bucket per second

Take most from the Rate Limits

Our storage infrastructure uses a method of loabalancing called DNS round-robin which means that under one domain record you will recieve multiple IPs that are periodically rotated.

In order to utilize most out of it make sure that you are not doing DNS caching on the client which can lead to non propper balancing and therefore rate liming.


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