DS3 is a fully-managed, S3-compatible object store. Unlike traditional cloud storage, DS3 doesn't store data in a few centralised data centres. Instead, files uploaded to DS3 are protected by several layers of security:
First, data is encrypted with AES-256, a military-grade encryption algorithm.
The encrypted data is fragmented into N chunks, each indistinguishable from one another.
These N chunks are replicated into K shards via Reed-Solomon error-correcting codes.
Finally, each shard is securely stored across multiple geographical locations within a single country.
Get a simple, CapEx-friendly price, with no extra cost for redundancy, egress fees or surprises on your budget.
Make your data ransomware-proof thanks to multi-site object lock, versioning, IAM policy, encryption, and geo-distribution.
Geofence the area where your data is stored, in full compliance with your nation’s specific data regulation (e.g. GDPR, ISO, CCPA).
Thanks to geo-distributed technology and by choosing green data-centers, we extend the storage hardware lifespan and minimise your carbon footprint.
Unlike centralised cloud storage, DS3 lets you save one bucket in multiple locations at the same time. This gives you several advantages:
In case one or multiple locations are unavailable, you can still access and back up your data, unlocking unmatched data durability and availability.
If one or multiple locations are unavailable, you can still restore your data without complex manual bucket restores to the original location (as you'd do on centralised cloud storage).
DS3 lets you object lock a bucket in multiple locations simultaneously, optimising your workload while making your files truly ransomware-resistant.
By keeping at least three copies of data per country, Cubbit ensures a more reliable and robust data protection, allowing for greater flexibility in data recovery.
Thanks to Cubbit, we can strongly differentiate our offer. Geo-distribution, versioning, and data immutability are key to securing our customers’ backups from ransomware and localized disasters.
We used to do backups for disaster recovery with other US providers. Now we moved a part of it to Cubbit. The advantage is having ransomware protection, geographic proximity for performance, and fulfilling GDPR-related issues.