AWS Storage Blog

Category: Storage

New – Amazon S3 Batch Operations

We recently announced that Amazon S3 Batch Operations is generally available. S3 Batch Operations is a new feature that makes it simple for customers to manage billions of objects stored in Amazon S3, with a single API request or a few clicks in the S3 Management Console. Now, all AWS customers can make changes to object […]

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New on Jeff Barr’s Blog: Amazon S3 Path Deprecation Plan – The Rest of the Story

I wanted to be sure you saw Jeff Barr’s latest blog on the Amazon S3 Path Deprecation Plan. A snippet is below, but I encourage you to visit his blog to read the full post. From Jeff: Last week we made a fairly quiet (too quiet, in fact) announcement of our plan to slowly and […]

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Enable password authentication for AWS Transfer for SFTP using AWS Secrets Manager

Last year at re:Invent we launched AWS Transfer for SFTP (AWS SFTP), a fully managed service that makes it easy to migrate your file transfer workflows to AWS, without changing applications or clients. You can use the service to upload and download files over SFTP directly in and out of Amazon S3. We’ve seen use […]

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Don’t Miss our May Storage Tech Talks! Featuring Amazon S3 and Hybrid Cloud Storage and Edge Computing

This month we have two storage tech talks for you to attend and dive deep on the newly launched Amazon S3 Batch Operations (read the Jeff Barr blog post) and AWS Hybrid Cloud Storage and Edge Computing (read the storage blog post). Managing tens to billions of objects at scale with S3 Batch Operations – […]

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Monitor performance of Amazon FSx for Windows File Server with Amazon CloudWatch

Last year I co-authored a post with Helen Lin, Sr. Product Manager for Amazon CloudWatch, when we released Metric Math for Amazon CloudWatch. In that post we showed how easy it is to perform math analytics on your metrics to derive additional insights into the health and performance of your Amazon EFS file systems. Well, […]

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Expanding AWS Hybrid Cloud Capabilities with Block Storage on Snowball Edge

Enterprises have been using AWS as the cloud portion of their hybrid architectures since AWS was born thirteen years ago, and we have built out the broadest and deepest set of hybrid architecture functionality to extend AWS services to on-premises and edge locations. Today, we reached another milestone with the launch of block storage on […]

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New on the APN Blog: Building a Data Lake Foundation for Salesforce in AWS

Over on the AWS Partner Network Blog, a recent blog post caught my eye and I thought it was worth sharing with our growing storage audience. The post, Building a Data Lake Foundation for Salesforce in AWS, is written by Simon Ejsing, Director of Analytics at FinancialForce. Simon’s post outlines their approach to unlocking the potential of […]

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New on the Open Source blog: Using the FSx for Lustre CSI Driver with Amazon EKS

From time to time the AWS Storage Blog will point you to storage related blog posts from other AWS blog channels that we think you will find interesting or helpful for your storage use cases. We wanted to share a post from the Open Source Blog that highlights a walk-through of using Amazon FSx for Lustre […]

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Free AWS Webinar | Amazon S3 Glacier Deep Archive: The Cheapest Storage in the Cloud

We recently announced the general availability of Amazon S3 Glacier Deep Archive, a new Amazon S3 storage class providing secure and durable object storage for long-term retention of data that is accessed rarely in a year. From just $0.00099 per GB-month (less than one-tenth of one cent, or about $1 per TB-month), S3 Glacier Deep […]

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Migrating storage with AWS DataSync

AWS launched AWS DataSync at re:Invent 2018 to simplify and accelerate moving data between on-premises and AWS over the network. Customers are using DataSync for a number of use cases, such as migration, recurring transfers for data processing in AWS, disaster recovery, and one-off transfers of large datasets. After the launch, I heard about how […]

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