How to Connect to Wasabi Buckets from UCX Cloud

How to Connect to Wasabi Buckets from UCX Cloud

In this article, we are going to show how to provision a bucket on Wasabi with UCX Cloud. How to connect programmatically:

  1. Log in to your account: UCXMarket


  1. After you log in, go to Cloud Manager:


  1. Go to Object Storage on the left navigation menu and click on the Deploy Bucket button:


  1. From the partner list, click Wasabi and then Hot Cloud Storage:



  1. Next, you will get an overview of Wasabi’s Hot Cloud Storage. You can select a data center from the dropdown and the Quantity of buckets you want to provision:


  1. Enter a name for the bucket and click Confirm and Deploy:

Note: The name of the bucket needs to be unique for the region you have selected.


  1. The object storage view will display all your buckets. You can get different details from this view: The bucket name, description, tags, usage/size information, and when it was last modified. There are also options to filter and search your buckets:


  1. Click on the bucket name. This view will allow you to upload files and create folders:


  1. Click on the Upload button. You can use this modal to upload your files and folders if you tick Enable UCX Trusted Storage:


  1. After the file is uploaded successfully, we get back to the explorer. Here we can see a lock icon which indicates that the file is also stored on the UCX Trusted Storage.

This view allows you to do numerous operations with your bucket. You can see the total used bucket storage, filter through tags, and get size information for a particular file:


We have a few more interesting options here. On the right side, you can see two icons - These two are important operations for your bucket. The first one allows you to synchronize your data. This means if you are using an object storage client to upload data to your bucket and you want to see them on UCX Cloud, you can click the sync icon to display them too. UCX Cloud syncs your Wasabi bucket with the platform once a day.


Clicking on the file name will open a modal form. There, you can see more details and actions for the file. Actions such as Delete, Copy Path, and Download are available for all files. If you enabled Trusted Storage, you can copy the URL from this view and get more details about the transaction:



You can also get to the following view. Here, you find all the other files that are on Trusted Storage by clicking on Trusted Files from the navigation menu.


In the previous modal, you have the option to make the file publicly available if the file is not stored in the blockchain:


In the next article, we're going to show how we can connect to our storage bucket from 3rd party apps such as Cyberduck.

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