Cloud Object Storage on Cloud Pak for Data as a Service
IBM Cloud Object Storage provides storage for projects, catalogs, and deployment spaces. You can also create connections to access data in an IBM Cloud Object Storage instance.
When you create a project, catalog, or deployment space, you must choose an IBM Cloud Object Storage instance. You can use a single instance for all projects, catalogs, and deployment spaces, or you can use multiple instances. Each project, catalog, and deployment space has its own dedicated bucket. The bucket stores files for assets, such as uploaded data files or notebook files. The connection between the project, catalog, or deployment space and its storage bucket is implicit.
You create an IBM Cloud Object Storage connection when you want to connect to data stored in any IBM Cloud Object Storage instance that you have access to. After you create a connection to a Cloud Object Storage bucket, you can access the files in the bucket by creating connected data assets.
This service provides storage for projects, catalogs, and deployment spaces. The Lite plan instance is free to use for storage capacity up to 25 GB per month.
- Administer: Manage and maintain the service
- Use: Work with the service
- Create: Create the service instance
- Connect: Create a connection
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