You can configure Storage alias for your Google Cloud storage in the Cloudimage Admin panel.
In the menu Settings -> Storage, you need to click on Connect External Storage:
Then choose Google Cloud:
In the Pop up screen you need to fill in the corresponding values - bucket name and Cloudimage Alias.
If your Google Cloud bucket is located on address //www.googleapis.com/upload/storage/v1/b/mysamplebucket then:
- bucket name = mysamplebucket
- Cloudimage alias - you may choose whatever name you want, but do not forget to prefix and suffix it with double underscores = __somealias__
In case that your Google Cloud bucket requires authentication, you can add it too.
- You need to generate an Authentication JSON file using the guide in the Google Cloud documentation - https://cloud.google.com/docs/authentication/getting-started
- You will be provided with JSON file to be saved on your computer
- Copy the contents of this file and paste it in the field that appears after pressing "AUTH KEY" in the storage settings
The container path can contain a sub-folder chain. That can make the URL even shorter when you would like to share only files within a specific folder in your container.
For example - you can create dedicated storage aliases for different environments:
You may create additional Storage aliases using the "+" button.
After completion of all required steps, press Save. The configuration takes 1-2 minutes to be deployed to our servers.
Now, if the original image is located on
you can use the following Cloudimage URL:
In case that the Cloudimage Domain Whitelisting is enabled, please do not forget that the new Storage alias needs to be whitelisted too:
Please note that all aliases have to be unique for your account - aliases set in the Storage sections cannot be used in the alias section.