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What’s new with Amazon S3? A recap of 2020 launches

At AWS, we have a culture of innovation, and that is apparent for Amazon S3 when you look back at the number of features delivered this year to help you easily manage, secure your data, optimize costs, or use S3 in new ways. Meaningful innovation thrives on AWS. So, whether you’re looking to invent new […]

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Automating copying encrypted Amazon EBS snapshots across AWS accounts

UPDATE: The screenshots of the Amazon DLM interface in this post were updated on 7/14/2021. Many customers have disaster recovery (DR) best practices that require them to copy their Amazon EBS snapshots to an isolated account in a different Region and encrypt those snapshots with a different key. In doing so, customers are able to […]

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AWS re:Invent recap: Break down data silos with a data lake on Amazon S3

UPDATE 9/8/2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. When you have datasets in different places controlled by different groups, you are dealing with data silos, which inherently obscure data. In contrast, a data lake can serve as your central repository of data regardless of source or format. At re:Invent […]

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