Cloud Storage library

Usage no npm install needed!

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  import adobeCloudBlobstoreWrapper from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@adobe/cloud-blobstore-wrapper';


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Cloud Blob Store Wrapper

General Cloud Storage library currently for Azure and AWS.


This is an agnostic wrapper for various cloud storage providers (currently: AWS and Azure) that help with uploading, downloading, generating pre-signed urls, listing objects in storage, storage validation, and retrieve metadata about an object in storage.


npm install --save @adobe/cloud-blobstore-wrapper


const CloudStorage = require('CloudStorage');

Credentials for the cloud storage must be provided.


Azure credentials requires an object containing the attributes accountKey and accountName with their related values.

const CloudStorage = require('CloudStorage');

const azureAccountKey = "myAzureAccountKey";
const azureAccountName = "myAzureAccountName";
const azureStorageContainerName = "adobe-sample-asset-repository";

const cloudStorage = new CloudStorage({
            accountKey: azureAccountKey,
            accountName: azureAccountName


AWS credentials requires an object containing the attributes accessKeyId and secretAccessKey with their related values.

const CloudStorage = require('CloudStorage');

const awsAccessKeyId = "myAwsAccessKeyId";
const awsSecretAccessKey = "myAwsSecretAccessKey";
const awsStorageContainerName = "adobe-sample-asset-repository";

const cloudStorage = new CloudStorage({
            accessKeyId: awsAccessKeyId,
            secretAccessKey: awsSecretAccessKey


Upload can take either a local file path or a URL as the source asset that will be uploaded

const awsTargetKey = "my/aws/upload/path/uploaded-asset.jpg";

/* Using a URL as the source to upload */
const sourceAssetUrl = "https://myDomain.com/my/asset.jpg";
await cloudStorage.upload(sourceAssetUrl, awsTargetKey);

/* Using a local path as the source to upload */
const sourceAssetLocalPath = "/User/myUser/downloads/myAsset.jpg";
await cloudStorage.upload(sourceAssetLocalPath, awsTargetKey);


const localDestinationFile = "/User/myUser/downloads/myAsset.jpg";
const awsSourceCloudStorageAssetPath = "my/asset/to/download.jpg";

await awsSourceStorageContainer.downloadAsset(localDestinationFile, awsSourceCloudStorageAssetUrl);

Presigned URLs

const awsSourceCloudStorageAssetPath = "my/asset/to/download.jpg";
const expiry = 60000; /* Length the presigned URL has to live once created */

/* Presigned GET URL */
const preSignedGetUrl = awsSourceStorageContainer.presignGet(awsSourceCloudStorageAssetPath, expiry);

/* Presigned PUT URL */
const preSignedPutUrl = awsSourceStorageContainer.presignPut(awsSourceCloudStorageAssetPath, expiry);

Objects in Cloud Storage

prefix is optional and can also be a single object instead of a path Returns an array of objects

const prefixPath = "my/cloud/storage/asset/path/containing/multiple/objects";
const resultsPath = await awsSourceStorageContainer.listObjects(prefixPath);

const prefixSingleObject = "my/cloud/storage/single/asset.jpg";
const resultsSingleObject = await awsSourceStorageContainer.listObjects(prefixSingleObject);

/* Prefix optional which will result in returning all objects that live in the cloud storage container */
const results = await awsSourceStorageContainer.listObjects();

Object Metadata

const objectKey = "my/cloud/storage/single/asset.jpg";
const metadata = await awsSourceStorageContainer.getMetadata(objectKey);

Validate Cloud Storage Container

This does a simple check to see if the container exists by requesting the containers ACL

const booleanResult = await awsSourceStorageContainer.validate();



When unit tests are run, they require credentials which you can provide one of two ways:

  1. Local Configuration File You can either place credentials.yaml in ~/.adobe-asset-compute (Ex: ~/.adobe-asset-compute/credentials.yaml) or export the environment variable ASSET_COMPUTE_CREDENTIALS_YAML with the fully qualified path of credentials.yaml

  2. Environment Variables

    For Azure, export the following environment variables with their related values:

    For AWS, export the following environment variables with their related values:


npm test


Contributions are welcomed! Read the Contributing Guide for more information.


This project is licensed under the Apache V2 License. See LICENSE for more information.