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Teespring controls its legacy data using Amazon S3

Do you know exactly what’s in all of your Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) buckets? Do all of your objects have the correct set of object tags applied? Have you set up lifecycle rules to ensure your current and future objects are managed automatically for you? If you answered “yes” to all of the […]

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A storage enthusiast’s guide to re:Invent storage sessions

UPDATE: The AWS re:Invent links in this post are outdated. Please visit the AWS Events channel on YouTube for a complete on-demand playlist of AWS Storage sessions at AWS re:Invent 2019. As an AWS Hero and having attended re:Invent multiple years, I’ve picked up some tips on how to get the most out of this […]

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Transcoding video files with S3 Batch Operations

The ability to work quickly in bulk—to work smarter rather than harder—is vital for the practical storage management of modern video archives, which can easily be petabytes of data. S3 Batch Operations is an Amazon S3 feature that can perform actions like copying or tagging objects across millions or billions of objects with a single […]

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Encrypting objects with Amazon S3 Batch Operations

Update 4/29/2022: A clarification has been made to the pricing paragraph in the “Setting up and running your S3 Batch Operations job” section of this blog post. Data security keeps your business safe, but encrypting individual files when you manage an extensive data archive can seem daunting. The new Amazon S3 Batch Operations feature lets […]

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