Simple Object Storage (or SOS) is S3 compatible. You can use the Terraform AWS provider to manage your SOS resources.

Provider configuration

In the provider configuration, you need to skip some AWS-specific validations:

locals {
  zone = "ch-gva-2"

provider "aws" {

  endpoints {
    s3 = "https://sos-${}"

  region     =

  # access_key = "my-access-key"
  # secret_key = "my-secret-key"

  # Disable AWS-specific features
  skip_credentials_validation = true
  skip_region_validation      = true
  skip_requesting_account_id  = true
  skip_s3_checksum            = true

You can also set your credentials with these environment variables:

$ export AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID="anaccesskey"
$ export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY="asecretkey"

To manage the buckets in multiple zones, you need to create multiple provider configurations, each with a different alias.

You can check Terraform’s provider configuration documentation for more information.

Manage your buckets

Create a bucket

resource "aws_s3_bucket" "my_bucket" {
  bucket   = "my-terraform-bucket"

Manage ACL

resource "aws_s3_bucket_acl" "example_bucket_acl" {
  bucket =
  acl    = "private"

Enable bucket versioning

resource "aws_s3_bucket_versioning" "my_bucket_versioning" {
  bucket =
  versioning_configuration {
    status = "Enabled"

Upload a file

resource "aws_s3_object" "object" {
  bucket =
  key    = "new_object"
  source = "myfile"
  acl = "public-read"
  etag = filemd5("myfile")

You can find more S3 resources, but there is a chance we do not support certain features at this time. Make sure to check our list of S3 unsupported features.