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Category: Amazon S3

Amazon S3 – Cross Origin Resource Sharing Support

Why CORS? In order to keep your content safe, your web browser implements something called the same origin policy. The default policy ensures that scripts and other active content loaded from one site or domain cannot interfere or interact with content from another location without an explicit indication that this is the desired behavior. In […]

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Amazon S3 – The First Trillion Objects

Late last week the number of objects stored in Amazon S3 reached one trillion (1,000,000,000,000 or 1012). That’s 142 objects for every person on Planet Earth or 3.3 objects for every star in our Galaxy. If you could count one object per second it would take you 31,710 years to count them all. We knew […]

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Amazon CloudFront – Support for Dynamic Content

IntroductionAmazon CloudFront‘s network of edge locations (currently 30, with more in the works) gives you the ability to distribute static and streaming content to your users at high speed with low latency. Today we are introducing a set of features that, taken together, allow you to use CloudFront to serve dynamic, personalized content more quickly. […]

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AWS Storage Gateway – APIs and IAM Support

We have added two new features to the AWS Storage Gateway: a powerful set of APIs and support for AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM). AWS Storage Gateway APIsUp until now, the AWS Storage Gateway was configurable through the AWS Management Console.  You can now configure and manage your gateways programmatically, using the Storage Gateway […]

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AWS Storage Gateway – Now Available in Brazil

I’m pleased to announce that the AWS Storage Gateway is now available in our South America (So Paulo) Region.  The AWS Storage Gateway service connects an on-premises software appliance with cloud-based storage to integrate your existing on-premises applications with the AWS storage infrastructure in a seamless, secure, and transparent fashion.  As I wrote in my […]

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