DigitalOcean Spaces integration for Craft CMS
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DigitalOcean Spaces Volume

This plugin provides an DigitalOcean Spaces integration for Craft CMS.

The plugin is based on the first-party AWS S3 Volume for Craft, and behaves in much the same way since Spaces is S3 compatible.


This plugin requires Craft CMS 3.0.0 or later.


To install the plugin, follow these instructions.

  1. Open your terminal and go to your Craft project:

     cd /path/to/project
  2. Then tell Composer to load the plugin:

     composer require vaersaagod/dospaces
  3. In the Control Panel, go to Settings → Plugins and click the “Install” button for "DigitalOcean Spaces Volume".


To create a new asset volume for your Spaces bucket, go to Settings → Assets, create a new volume, and set the Volume Type setting to “DigitalOcean Spaces”.

Per-Environment Configuration

Once you’ve created your Spaces volume in the Control Panel, you can override its settings with different values for each environment.

First, add the following environment variables to your .env and .env.example files:

# The AWS API key with read/write access to Spaces

# The AWS API key secret

# The region the S3 bucket is in

# The region the S3 bucket is in

# The name of the S3 bucket

Then fill in the values in your .env file (leaving the values in .env.example blank).

Finally, create a config/volumes.php file containing references to these variables:


return [
    'mySpacesVolumeHandle' => [
        'hasUrls' => true,
        'url' => '',
        'keyId' => getenv('SPACES_API_KEY'),
        'secret' => getenv('SPACES_SECRET'),
        'endpoint' => getenv('SPACES_ENDPOINT'),
        'region' => getenv('SPACES_REGION'),
        'bucket' => getenv('SPACES_BUCKET'),

Price, license and support

The plugin is released under the MIT license, meaning you can do what ever you want with it as long as you don't blame us. It's free, which means there is absolutely no support included, but you might get it anyway. Just post an issue here on github if you have one, and we'll see what we can do.