Object Storage

Tigris is a globally caching, S3-compatible object storage service built on Fly.io infrastructure.

Launching a new Application?

If @aws-sdk/client-s3 is listed as a dependency in your package.json, Tigris will be automatically selected by fly launch. This can be overrided this in the launch UI:

Tigris Launch-UI

Adding Tigris to an existing application?

Create a storage bucket using fly storage create:

fly storage create
? Choose a name, use the default, or leave blank to generate one: 
Your Tigris project (xxx) is ready. See details and next steps with: https://fly.io/docs/reference/tigris/

Setting the following secrets on xxx:
AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID: tid_xxx
AWS_ENDPOINT_URL_S3: https://fly.storage.tigris.dev
AWS_REGION: auto
AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY: tsec_xxxxx
BUCKET_NAME: xxx

Secrets are staged for the first deployment

Usage

Once provisioned, no further configuration is required to access your bucket using the S3Client class:

const S3 = new S3Client()

Demo

node-dictaphone contains a demo application that captures audio, uploads the result to a Tigris bucket, where it can be selected and replayed:

fly launch --from https://github.com/fly-apps/node-dictaphone.git

Find out more!

Now that you are up and running, there is a lot more to explore on the Tigris Global Object Storage page. Highlights include public buckets, migrating to Tigris with shadow butckets, Pricing, and AWS API compatibility.