Get started quickly using AWS with the AWS SDK for .NET. The SDK helps take the complexity out of coding by providing .NET APIs for many AWS services including Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, DynamoDB and more. The single, downloadable package includes the AWS Toolkit for Microsoft Visual Studio, Visual Studio project templates, the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell, the AWS .NET Library, C# code samples, and documentation.

New Major Version

Version 2 of the AWS SDK for .NET has moved from "Developer Preview" to "General Availability".

Migration guide for Version 2 »

API reference for Version 1 »



Support for Windows Store and Windows Phone Apps

Connect your Windows Store and Windows Phone apps to the AWS cloud. The AWS SDK for .NET contains libraries that support the Windows server, desktop, tablet, and phone environments.

Amazon DynamoDB Object Persistence Framework

The Object Persistence Framework eliminates the need for application-level data conversions and custom middle-ware solutions by mapping .NET classes to Amazon DB items to store and retrieve data.

Amazon DynamoDB Session State Provider

Remove the session state scale bottleneck by easily storing ASP.NET session state in DynamoDB.

Amazon S3 TransferUtility

Through a simple API, the Amazon S3 TransferUtility achieves enhanced throughput, performance, and reliability by making extensive use of multi-threaded Amazon S3 multipart uploads.

Amazon S3 Client-side Encryption

The AmazonS3EncryptionClient will encrypt data on the client before uploading to Amazon S3, and decrypt it when retrieved. Both functions use your own master encryption key that is stored locally.

Amazon Glacier ArchiveTransferManager

The Glacier ArchiveTransferManager, through a high level API, eases transferring data to and from Amazon Glacier by automatically dividing large files into parts and computing check sums.




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Learn the details of the latest SDK in the Release Notes »

Dig through the source code in the GitHub Repository »


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