Service URLs for Wasabi's Storage Regions
    • 04 Jun 2024
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    Service URLs for Wasabi's Storage Regions

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    What are the service URLs for Wasabi's different storage regions?

    The Wasabi service URLs are as follows:

    RegionService URLAlias/Alternative URL
    Wasabi US East 1 (N. Virginia)
    Wasabi US East 2 (N. Virginia)
    Wasabi US Central 1 (Texas)
    Wasabi US West 1 (Oregon)
    Wasabi CA Central 1 (Toronto)
    Wasabi EU Central 1 (Amsterdam)
    Wasabi EU Central 2 (Frankfurt)
    Wasabi EU West 1 (London)
    Wasabi EU West 2 (Paris)
    Wasabi AP Northeast 1 (Tokyo)
    Wasabi AP Northeast 2 (Osaka)
    Wasabi AP Southeast 1 (Singapore)
    Wasabi AP Southeast 2 (Sydney)

    The Wasabi Management Console is always reached at (regardless of which region you are using).

    If you are looking for the correct service URL to use with your third-party storage application, you should choose the one that matches your bucket location.

    When working with third-party storage applications, you should be aware that these applications have different methods to handle storage region service URLs. These methods include:

    1. Applications that allow you to explicitly enter in the service URL. These applications are the most flexible because you can easily configure new service URLs as they become available.
    2. Applications that only allow you to choose from a pre-built list of storage regions. These applications are the least flexible because, if a storage provider implements a new region, you have to wait for an application update to get access to the new region. If your storage application does not support all of the Wasabi storage regions on their predefined region lists, contact the application vendor (not Wasabi) to ask them for support.
    3. Applications that only allow you to enter in your API key set and then offer up all of the buckets in your account. These applications provide flexibility but do require some automatic redirects to perform at the HTTP level.