Rent storage space on the Sia network.
Official software, developed by the Sia Foundation.
A next-generation Sia renter, developed by the Sia Foundation. Smart defaults and a highly extensible API.
Third-party software and services, developed by the community.
Private and decentralized open-source cloud storage app with encrypted file sharing and media streaming support.
Content-addressed storage, but fast. Works with Sia and any S3-compatible storage provider.
An open-source network service that allows credit card payment for Sia storage.
Third-party renting software that the Sia Foundation and community would love to see built.
Nextcloud is a suite of client-server software for creating and using file hosting services. Interested in building a NextCloud Sia integration?
IPFS is a widely used peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol that supports content addressing. A renterd storage backend would allow an IPFS gateway to store its data on Sia.
S3 is a widely adopted object storage protocol created by AWS. A renterd S3 gateway would allow data stored on Sia to be accessed via the wide variety of software that supports the S3 protocol.
FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) is a Unix-based filesystem that allows users to mount a virtual filesystem in userspace. With FUSE integration, users could mount renterd storage as a virtual drive and access it from their local file system. With write support, users could modify files and folders stored on renterd directly from their local machine.
iSCSI and NFS are both network file-sharing protocols commonly used in enterprise environments. Integrating renterd with iSCSI and NFS would allow users to mount remote storage volumes and access renterd storage as a local disk. This would make it easier for organizations to use renterd as a secure and cost-effective alternative to traditional storage solutions.
Tutorials on how to get started renting and how to use Sia with other common software.
Technical deep-dives from the core team and the ecosystem of developers building technology on top of Sia.