Join Brian Eiler for an in-depth discussion in this video Lifecycle policies, part of Amazon Web Services: Implementing and Troubleshooting IaaS Products.
- [Narrator] AWUS created lifecycle policies…with S3 storages, as well as Glacier,…in order to help us achieve something that is,…really, something that we ought to do quite often…but rarely do, and it's called cleaning up our own mess.…Lifecycle policies are a way to move objects…that we don't use a lot into a different area.…Perhaps think of it like cleaning up your room.…The idea is to move some of the things…that cost a lot of money to store in regular S3 storage.…
Move those objects off to something…that's less expensive, things like Glacier.…The way that you're going to do this…is by configuring a lifecycle policy on your S3 bucket.…There are two kinds of actions that you can do.…One is a transition that defines when the objects…will move from one storage class to another.…Another is the expiration policy that defines…when an object will be expired…and will be automatically removed from the S3 storage.…
Here's an example of a transaction action lifecycle.…We have our S3 bucket, and we set up a schedule.…
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