AWS Storage Blog

Category: Storage

Reliable event processing with Amazon S3 event notifications

As AWS Solutions Architects, we help customers understand and plan AWS architectures that meet their business goals while remaining scalable, cost effective, secure, and reliable. One common pattern that comes up frequently is the desire to move from manual or polling-based strategies to reliable events processing, also known as event-driven architecture (EDA). This approach dovetails […]

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Online Tech Talk September 25: Modernize your applications with containers, serverless, and Amazon EFS

Don’t miss our AWS Online Storage Tech Talk on September 25, where an AWS expert covers modernizing your applications with containers, serverless, and Amazon EFS. This Tech Talk is at 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT (4:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET). Modernizing applications with containers and serverless improves agility, so you can innovate faster, […]

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Using Veeam with AWS Storage services to store off-site backups

Many customers are using Veeam Backup & Replication to protect their on-premises infrastructure and want to reduce the amount of physical backup infrastructure that they need to purchase and maintain. They also want to ensure that their backups reside in highly durable, cost effective storage. AWS Storage services such as Amazon S3, AWS Storage Gateway, […]

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Recovering from a disaster by using AWS Storage Gateway and Amazon S3 Glacier

In the 1960s, a steel box changed the world. The welded steel cargo container may be one of the dullest inventions in history, but you are surrounded by its benefits each and every day. Before the 1960s, items were individually loaded onto a cargo ship and removed when the ship arrived at its destination. This […]

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How Reuters built easily accessible large-scale news archives on AWS

My name is Romeo Radanyi and I am a Solutions Architect at global multimedia news agency Thomson Reuters, where I help teams understand and adopt cloud technologies. I am also involved in setting enterprise-level standards, pushing forward our Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning plans, and building many Reuters news agency systems. In my previous blog […]

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How AppsFlyer reduced its data lake cost with Amazon S3 Intelligent-Tiering

Many customers use Amazon S3 as the storage foundation of their data lake solution. A data lake is a centralized repository for raw and transformed data for real-time analytics, machine learning, business intelligence, and more. As new data is continuously generated and stored for long periods of time, data lakes on Amazon S3 enable you […]

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Easily ingest data into AWS for building data lakes, archiving, and more

An increasing amount of data is being generated and stored each day on premises. The sources of this data range from traditional sources like user or application-generated files, databases, and backups, to machine generated, IoT, sensor, and network device data. Customers are looking for cost optimized and operationally efficient ways to store and access their […]

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Transferring file data across AWS Regions and accounts using AWS DataSync

Many customers that use Amazon EFS want to replicate their file systems to other AWS accounts or other AWS Regions. Customers may do this for business continuity purposes or to provide low-latency access to data for processes running in other Regions. AWS DataSync makes it easy for customers to replicate data from one Amazon EFS […]

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Accessing SMB file shares remotely with Amazon FSx for Windows File Server

With remote work becoming the norm, customers often need a central repository for files that can be accessed from anywhere to enable collaboration and provide highly durable storage. For ease of use and increased productivity, customers are looking for shared file access that can be mounted as a network drive using built-in Windows, macOS, Linux, […]

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Comparing your on-premises storage patterns with AWS Storage services

Many companies want to move to the cloud, and for most of those companies, moving to the cloud starts with an assessment of existing storage infrastructure. It is useful to know how to map existing storage with AWS Storage options to assess the existing storage infrastructure effectively. Companies that take the time to identify where […]

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