OSS uses the multi-zone mechanism to distribute user data across three zones within the same region. Even if one zone becomes unavailable, the data can still remain accessible. The zone-redundant storage (ZRS) feature can provide data durability (designed for) of 99.9999999999% (twelve 9's) and service availability of 99.995%.
ZRS offers data center-level disaster recovery capabilities. When a data center is unavailable due to network disconnections, power outages, or other disaster events, OSS can continue to provide highly consistent services. This way, services are not interrupted and data is not lost during failovers. This meets the strict requirements of key business systems that the recovery time objective (RTO) and the recovery point objective (RPO) must be zero.
You can configure ZRS for a bucket only when you create the bucket. For an existing bucket, you can use migration tools such as ossimport and Data Transport to migrate data from the existing bucket to another bucket that has ZRS enabled.
|Console||A user-friendly and intuitive web application|
|ossbrowser||An easy-to-operate graphical tool|
|ossutil||A high-performance command-line tool|
|Java SDK||SDK demos in a variety of languages|
- Supported regions
ZRS is supported in the following regions: China (Shenzhen), China (Beijing), China (Hangzhou), China (Shanghai), China (Hong Kong), and Singapore (Singapore).
- Billing information
ZRS incurs more costs than locally redundant storage (LRS). For more information, see OSS pricing page.
Supported storage classes
ZRS supports the Standard and Infrequent Access (IA) storage classes. The following table compares the two storage classes from different dimensions.
|Data durability (designed for)||99.9999999999% (twelve 9's)||99.9999999999% (twelve 9's)|
|Minimum billable size of objects||None||64 KB|
|Minimum storage period||None||30 days|
|Data retrieval fees||None||Billed based on the size of retrieved data. Unit: GB.|
|Data access||Real-time access with low latency (within milliseconds)||Real-time access with low latency (within milliseconds)|