Cloudinary Backup Bucket
You can add your existing Cloudinary backup bucket as an origin in ImageKit.io. This allows you to use ImageKit.io real-time image optimization and resizing features on all existing images stored in the bucket.
- 2.Choose Cloudinary Backup Bucket from the origin type dropdown.
- 3.Give your origin a name, it will appear in the list of origins you have added. For example - Product images bucket.
- 4.Fill out the bucket name.
- 5.Specify the bucket folder in which your images are present. If you have to access files at the root (i.e., present directly in the bucket and not inside a folder), enter
- 6.Fill out the access and secret keys. These keys should provide read-only access to ImageKit.io as explained below.
- 8.Click on the Submit button.
Read-only permission required ImageKit.io needs read-only access to your storage bucket. You can refer to your Cloudinary's documentation to figure out how to provide read-only access to a bucket.
When you add your first origin in the dashboard, the origin is by default made accessible through the default URL-endpoint of your ImageKit.io account. For subsequent origins, you can either create a separate URL-endpoint or edit the existing URL-endpoint (including default) and make this newly added origin accessible by editing the origin preference list.
Let's look at a few examples to fetch the images:
So when you request
https://ik.imagekit.io/your_imagekit_id/rest-of-the-path.jpg, ImageKit.io internally access the object at path
rest-of-the-path.jpgin your bucket.
URL-endpoint transformation image path
Now start using ImageKit.io URL endpoint in your application to accelerate image loading.
Get started with our quick start guides and SDKs:
Learn about real-time image resizing:
While fetching images from your Cloudinary bucket with special characters in the name, you will get a
404 NOT FOUNDresponse. For example, let’s assume that there is a key
image%2Bexample.jpgin your Cloudinary bucket, and the request is made using
image+example.jpgin the URL. In this case, ImageKit.io tries to fetch
image+example.jpgobject from the Cloudinary bucket resulting in a 404 error as this object does not exist.
While adding the origin in your ImageKit.io account, you are now provided with an option to encode the keys while fetching the object from your Cloudinary bucket. By default, this option is disabled. When enabled, the requests made while fetching images will be made using encoded keys.
When enabled, the image response contains a Link header with the appropriate URL and rel=canonical. You will have to specify the base URL for the canonical header.
For example, if you set
https://www.example.comas the base URL for canonical header, then the image response for URL
https://ik.imagekit.io/your_imagekit_id/rest-of-the-path.jpgwill have a Link header like this:
Link: <https://www.example.com/rest-of-the-path.jpg>; rel="canonical"