Virtuozzo Hybrid Infrastructure offers integration with the Acronis Notary service to leverage blockchain notarization and ensure the immutability of data saved in object storage clusters. To use Acronis Notary in user buckets, you need to set it up in the S3 cluster and enable it for said buckets.
- For new buckets, notarization is disabled by default.
- Once you enable notarization for a bucket, certificates are created automatically only for the newly uploaded files. The previously uploaded files are left unnotarized. Once a file is notarized, it will remain notarized even if you disable notarization later.
- The S3 cluster is created, as described in Creating the S3 cluster.
To set up Acronis Notary
Use the following command:
vinfra service s3 cluster change [--np-uri <np-uri>] [--np-user-key <np-user-key>]
- Notary provider address (only used with
- Notary user key (only used with
For example, to configure Acronis Notary for the S3 cluster, run:
# vinfra service s3 cluster change --np-uri example.acronis.com --np-user-key MIIJQwIBA<…>
To enable or disable blockchain notarization for a bucket
- Go to Storage services > S3 > Buckets and select a bucket.
- Click Enable Notary or Disable Notary.