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Serverless Architectures on AWS: With examples using AWS Lambda by Peter Sbarski

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Chapter 8. Storage

This chapter covers

  • S3 features such as versioning, hosting, and transfer acceleration
  • Direct uploads of files from a browser to S3
  • Creation and use of signed URLs

Many applications and systems that you create need to store files. These may be profile images, documents uploaded by a user, or artifacts generated by the system. Some files are temporary and transient, whereas other files must be kept for a long time. A reliable service for storing files is Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3). It was Amazon’s first available web service, launched in March 2006, and it has been a cornerstone AWS service ever since. In this chapter, we’ll explore S3 in more detail. We’ll look at features such as versioning, storage classes, ...

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