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Tag: Amazon S3 Same-Region Replication (SRR)

Amazon S3

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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Amazon S3

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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Amazon S3

Aggregating logs with S3 Same-Region Replication

Introduction Aggregating logs to a secure dedicated location streamlines critical operations like Security Information and Event Management (SIEM). As more customers adopt a multi-account strategy, central logging becomes a key component of driving operational excellence. Considering the benefits, enterprise customers often use complex third-party tools to build their centralized log aggregation solution. With the announcement […]

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Amazon S3

Monitor data transfer costs related to Amazon S3 Replication

In this post, we will review how to monitor the cost and usage details of Amazon S3 Replication for use-cases such as compliance, disaster recovery, or data sovereignty. In Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), you can automatically and asynchronously replicate data to a different bucket in another AWS Region by using Cross-Region Replication (CRR) or across buckets […]

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