AuthorFrank P Moley III
- Setting up an AWS account
- Using the command-line interface (CLI)
- Creating buckets
- Working with files and directories
- Setting IAM permissions
- Object and bucket manipulation
- Bucket and file security
- Setting up basic Python and Java scripts for S3
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Frank Moley] There is no doubt that cloud computing is a big deal in our industry these days. From private, public, hybrid, and multi-cloud offerings, it's clear that distributed computing is growing. I have worked in all of these environments and Amazon has definitely made its mark in this world. Their cloud infrastructure is used globally in both public and private sectors. Amazon S3, or Simple Storage Service, is one service that has a long history of reliability and usefulness. It's popularity stems from the very common need across most industries to store binary objects that are globally available with relatively low cost, all while offering high reliability. Hi, my name is Frank Moley. I'm an engineering manager, developer, architect, teacher, and, most importantly, student. I have many years of experience with cloud native computing, including a significant amount of public cloud experience with the most popular cloud infrastructure providers, including AWS. In this course, I will show you the basics, as well as some of the more advanced concepts of Amazon S3, so that you too can use this powerful tool that enables you to better serve the needs of your customers.
AWS for Developers: Simple Email Service (SES)with Jeremy Villeneuve1h 20m Intermediate
1. S3 Basics
2. AWS S3 CLI
3. AWS SDK for Python
4. AWS SDK for Java
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