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How Pinterest uses Amazon S3 Glacier Deep Archive to manage storage for its visual discovery engine

Pinterest is the visual discovery engine with a mission to bring everyone the inspiration to create a life they love. It’s one of the biggest datasets of ideas ever assembled online, with over 300 billion Pins with ideas around home, food, style, beauty, travel, and more. More than 440 million people around the world use […]

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Optimizing SAP HANA’s persistence layer with Amazon EBS gp3 volumes

SAP HANA is an in-memory, relational database which enterprises rely on to run their mission critical Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and analytical applications. As SAP HANA is an in-memory database, you may wonder why the storage layer is relevant. A key point is that memory is volatile. When you write data to a HANA […]

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Amazon S3 Lifecycle

Automate S3 Lifecycle rules at scale to transition data to S3 Intelligent-Tiering

The vast majority of data customers store on Amazon S3 has unknown or changing access patterns, such as data lakes, analytics, and new applications. With these use cases, a dataset can become infrequently and even rarely accessed at specific points in time. The problem is that customers don’t know how data access patterns will change […]

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AWS and Tape Ark partner to migrate petabytes of tape data using AWS Snowball with Tape Gateway

The last century has seen some remarkable innovation that has created new possibilities in a wide range of computing areas. Most remarkable of all is that companies around the world can now have all of their data in one place, completely accessible, all of the time. Amazon S3 and all of the S3 storage classes […]

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S3 cost optimization

Amazon S3 reduces prices up to 31% for three storage classes

We are excited to announce that Amazon S3 has reduced storage prices up to 31% in three S3 storage classes, effective December 1, 2021. Specifically, we are reducing the storage price for S3 Standard-Infrequent Access and S3 One Zone-Infrequent Access up to 31% in 9 AWS Regions: Asia Pacific (Hong Kong), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia […]

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Amazon S3 Glacier Instant Retrieval

Storing data with AWS Partner solutions and Amazon S3 Glacier Instant Retrieval

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) offers a range of storage classes which are purpose-built to provide the lowest cost storage for different access patterns, and virtually any use case. Today, customers are accumulating petabytes of archive data that is only accessed occasionally and often stored indefinitely, where the data must be highly available and […]

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Automate file retrieval from S3 Glacier when using FSx for Lustre

Customers are running modern high performance computing (HPC) workloads on AWS to process large datasets cost-effectively and optimize performance. These workloads typically rely on a high-performance file system to provide low latency and high throughput access to the data. A performant file system is important so that the file storage can keep up with the […]

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Tracking CloudEndure Disaster Recovery resources with AWS Cost Explorer and cost allocation tags

CloudEndure Disaster Recovery is a block level replication tool that uses Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS, and EBS Snapshot resources to create a safe and secure disaster recovery solution for customers. The CloudEndure Disaster Recovery console is purpose built to focus on disaster recovery, but does not provide visibility into underlying infrastructure costs. This means that […]

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Enabling multiprotocol workloads with Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP

In an enterprise environment, it is common that both Linux and Windows workloads require access to the same data. For example, electronic design automation (EDA) and media and entertainment workloads often involve Windows users accessing data produced by Linux compute instances. Concurrent access to this data requires multiprotocol access: NFS for Linux workloads and SMB […]

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re:Invent

Nine is fine: Amazon EFS sessions at re:Invent 2021

At re:Invent 2021 you’ll enjoy learning, sharing, networking, and fun. The 2021 in-person event is sold out, but not to worry! You can still register for virtual re:Invent. AWS Storage has a big lineup for you this year, starting with our leadership session, “Driving innovation and insight with cloud data on AWS storage,” where you’ll […]

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