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S3 In AWS






What Does S3 Stand For?





Data Temperature




  1. Hot Data
  2. Warm Data
  3. Cold Data
  4. Archive Data

Object Storage Vs Block Storage




  1. Object storage is immutable whereas block storage is mutable
  2. Storing a video file is an example of object storage whereas storing a text file is an example of block storage
  3. Object storage uses HTTP protocol whereas block storage uses native protocol

Other Points Regarding S3


  1. You cannot store a file more than 5 TB in S3
  2. You can store 100 or more files of 4.9 TB
  3. S3 is 99.999999999% reliable. It means that there is less chance for data to be lost
  4. S3 is 99.99% available
  5. Once the S3 is created, the data never goes out of the region
  6. The S3 creates 6 copies of data across multiple Availability Zones in the same region

How To Create A S3?




Picture showing the S3 in the search box

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Picture showing the Create bucket button for navigating to the bucket creation screen

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Picture showing the bucket creation screen

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Picture showing the Create bucket button for creating a new S3 bucket

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Upload An Object




Picture showing the Objects tab of the S3 Bucket detail screen

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Picture showing the Upload screen for adding the file or folder on S3 bucket

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Picture showing the file selected to be uploaded in S3 bucket

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Picture showing the file added in S3 bucket

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Object URL




https://<bucket_name>.S3.<region>.amazonaws.com/<key>


Picture showing the object URL format of the S3 bucket

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Is S3 Serverless?





Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
 
Posted On  -  Wednesday, September 22, 2021
 
Updated On  -  Tuesday, August 2, 2022

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