What if you want to store data for a very long time and you do not need to access that data immediately when it is needed? AWS provides a less expensive storage solution for this kind of data. It is called Glacier and it is introduced in this video.
- All right, it's time to switch over to a very cold topic. … We're going to talk about glaciers. … Well, okay, it has nothing to do with temperature. … But we do use the phrase cold data to talk about data … that we don't touch every single day, right? … And that's the concept we're after here, … and so AWS decided to call it Glacier. … Now Glacier itself is an archival data storage solution, … so the point is take your data you don't need … to access every day, store it in a way … that it's available to you when you do need it, … but it costs you a lot less to store it. … That's really the concept. … It can literally be fractions … of a penny per gigabyte per month, … depending on how much you retrieve … out of that Glacier storage. … There're really three access methods when you use Glacier. … Expedited, which is three to five minutes, … I got to have it fast. … That's the most expensive data retrieval. … And then there's standard, which is three to five hours. … That is less expensive than expedited. …
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- S3 terminology and features
- Creating S3 buckets
- Setting up a Glacier vault
- Creating EBS volumes
- Creating an EFS file system
- Going hands on with FSx file storage
- Monitoring storage security and performance