AWS Storage Blog

Category: Technical How-to

Using VPC hosted endpoints in shared VPCs with AWS Transfer Family

AWS customers can now deploy AWS Transfer Family server endpoints in Amazon Virtual Private Clouds (Amazon VPCs) with shared resources. Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) sharing, which launched in early 2019, enables AWS customers to share specific resources with other AWS accounts within the same AWS Organization. VPC sharing benefits customers by enabling: Role-based separation […]

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Processing file upload notifications from AWS Storage Gateway on Amazon S3

AWS customers often perform post-upload processing on groups of files transferred by AWS Storage Gateway from on premises to Amazon S3. Before now, they have been unable to reliably initiate this downstream processing based on individual file upload events. Today, we are launching a new AWS Storage Gateway feature, for File Gateway, which enables customers […]

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Enhance privacy controls with access-based enumeration for File Gateway

Customers are responding to the growth of unstructured data by using hybrid cloud storage to reduce cost, operational burden, and to access elastic scaling on demand. As data continues to grow in volume and variety, customers must also ensure they are meeting their requirements for privacy and security controls to restrict access and visibility of […]

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Enable password authentication for AWS Transfer Family using AWS Secrets Manager (updated)

AWS Transfer Family provides a service-managed directory to store user credentials for users authenticating with an SSH key over the Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). If you must authenticate users by password, connect using the older File Transfer Protocol (FTP) and File Transfer Protocol Secure (FTPS), or would just like to integrate with your own […]

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Managing Amazon S3 access with VPC endpoints and S3 Access Points

Many customers own multiple Amazon S3 buckets, some of which are accessed by applications running in VPCs. Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) enables you to launch AWS resources into a virtual network that you define. This virtual network closely resembles a traditional network that you’d operate in your own data center, with the benefits […]

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Instant data sharing with Multi-Attach enabled Amazon EBS volumes

Mission-critical applications relying on highly performant and low latency access to data (such as business intelligence platforms) require resilient and highly available (HA) architecture. Implementing active-active and active-standby architectures with shared storage in cloud environments is now possible with introduction of EBS Multi-Attach enabled EBS volumes. Multi-Attach, coupled with Cluster Volume Manager (CVM), offers functionality […]

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AWS Storage Virtual Workshop Series

UPDATE: This virtual workshop series was completed on October 15th, 2020. To view it on demand, visit the AWS Storage Virtual Workshop Learning Path for this series. On-premises storage can be costly and complex, with expensive hardware refresh cycles and data migrations due to system upgrades. It is also difficult to gain insights because your […]

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Using Amazon FSx for Windows File Server with Azure ADDS domain

Customers are using Amazon FSx for Windows File Server for a variety of use cases that need shared file storage that is accessible over the industry-standard Server Message Block (SMB) protocol, and that is integrated with Microsoft Active Directory. You can use Amazon FSx with any Microsoft Active Directory that is hosting your user identities, […]

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Interacting with the CloudEndure API using Postman

When managing a disaster recovery (DR) project or migration at scale, it can often be time intensive to set up and maintain the necessary infrastructure and settings. Leaning on APIs for automation and scalability can reduce the time cost necessary to manage these efforts. Amazon’s CloudEndure service offers two products that work seamlessly with APIs: […]

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Centralized cross-account management with Cross-Region copy using AWS Backup

Many organizations begin their cloud journey with a single AWS account and gradually expand their cloud presence into a multi-account environment for regulatory, compliance, security, or cost tracking purposes. Organizations often choose to deploy workloads and applications in multiple Regions on AWS Global Infrastructure for high availability, scalability, and performance. Building and operating in multi-account […]

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