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Amazon S3 Replication

Ten tips for multi-tenant, multi-Region object replication in Amazon S3

Independent software vendors (ISV) want to build multi-tenanted applications to benefit from more efficient usage of resources in addition to global reach. These apps require a durable, scalable, and highly available data storage layer. Building this data storage layer from the ground up represents undifferentiated heavy lifting, and Amazon S3 offers a viable and effective […]

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Amazon S3 Replication

A step-by-step guide to synchronize data between Amazon S3 buckets

The need for data synchronization in Amazon S3 comes up in a number of scenarios for customers – enabling a new geographic region for end users, migrating data between AWS accounts, or creating additional copies of data for disaster recovery (DR). In this post, we walk through the options available to S3 customers for migrating […]

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Replicating existing objects between S3 buckets

UPDATE (8/25/2021): The walkthrough in this blog post for setting up a replication rule in the Amazon S3 console has changed to reflect the updated Amazon S3 console. Customers commonly have business requirements or enterprise policies that call for additional copies of their existing Amazon S3 objects. While Amazon S3 Replication is widely used to […]

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Managing delete marker replication in Amazon S3

UPDATE: You can now replicate delete markers in V2 configuration and no longer need V1 configuration. Please refer to the announcement from November, 2020. Customers use Amazon S3 Replication to create a copy of their data within the same AWS Region or in another AWS Region for compliance, lower latency, or sharing data across accounts. In […]

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