Welcome to the Storj Documentation!
Storj is the leading provider of enterprise-grade, globally distributed cloud object storage. It is a drop-in replacement for any S3-compatible object storage that is just as durable but with 99.95% availability and better global performance from a single upload. Storj delivers default multi-region CDN-like performance with zero-trust security at a cost that’s 80% lower than AWS S3.
Easily integrated into any existing stack with S3 compatibility, Storj is a trustless, globally distributed network that utilizes existing excess storage capacity making enterprise-grade performance, privacy, and resiliency available with compelling economic benefits.
Some of the main Storj features include:
|Change the endpoint and credentials with an S3-compatible tool of your choice and you’ll be up and running in minutes.
|Dozen of compatible tools allowing backups, transfering large files, file management, content delivery, scientific data, and more!
|Own your data with default encryption and user-assigned access grants so no one can view or compromise your data without permission.
|Storage as low as $4.00 per TB per month with $7.00 per TB per month for egress.
|Multi-region cloud object storage for all data distributed to tens of thousands of Storage nodes around the world.
|Take advantage of absolute transparency through our open source code. You are not locked-in to our technology or cost structure.
On the left side of the screen, you'll find the docs navbar. The pages are organized sequentially that you can follow step-by-step or if you're already familiar with object storage you can jump to the section that applies most to your use case.
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If you're stuck on an issue, chances are someone has seen it before or can help you troubleshoot it. How to build on top of Storj resources, administer servers, write and deploy code, and install and configure open source tools.
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