Integrations

Google Cloud Storage

Using GCS as your origin

Follow to steps below to configure Google Cloud Storage (GCS) as your origin with System73 Multi-CDN.

If you need help setting up your GCS bucket, click here for Google’s guides and here are some tips about naming your bucket.

Step 1: Configure your GCS account

  1. Sign up for a GCS account and follow the basic setup.
  2. Create a bucket to hold the data.
  3. Add the files to your bucket and make them public.

    Tip

    Click the dots top right and select Edit object default permissions. Then, set user to allUsers and reader. This will make the whole bucket publicly readable.

Google Bucket Permissions

Create a Vhost in the System73 Multi-CDN control panel

  1. Log into the System73 Multi-CDN control panel on my.s73cdn.net
  2. In the menu on the left click Vhosts.
  3. In the Vhost screen, press the blue Add new vhost button.
  4. Fill in:
    • A label for your Vhost (e.g. <bucket name>)
    • The location of your content in the Origin URL field (e.g. https://storage.googleapis.com//)
    • Add a path to a small property in your bucket (e.g. /image.png)
    • Your alias (e.g. cdn.example.com)
  5. Click the Create vhost button to finish.

Amazon S3

Using Amazon S3 as your origin

To use your Amazon S3 bucket(s) as your origin, follow the steps below.

If you need help creating an S3 bucket, click here for Amazon’s guides.

Create a Vhost in the System73 Multi-CDN control panel

  1. Log into the System73 Multi-CDN control panel on my.s73cdn.net
  2. In the menu on the left click Vhosts.
  3. In the Vhost screen, press the blue Add new vhost button
  4. Fill in:
    • A label for your Vhost (e.g. <bucket name>)
    • The location of your content in the **Origin (e.g. e.g. https://<bucket name>.s3.amazonaws.com, or e.g. https://<bucket name>.<s3-region>.amazonaws.com)
    • Add a path to a small property in your bucke (e.g. /image.png)
    • Your alias (e.g. cdn.example.com)
  5. Click the Create vhost button to finish.