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Simple Storage Service (S3)

  • Storage Lens
  • Object storage, in contrast to EBS
  • Bucket names must be globally unique
  • Limits
    • Each object can range from zero bytes to five TB bytes with unlimited overall storage
    • Each account has a soft limit of 100 and hard limit of 1000 buckets
  • Consistency
    • Read after write for new objects
    • Eventual for updates and deletes
  • Security
    • Buckets are private by default
    • Bucket-level access is controlled via Bucket Policies
    • Object-level access is controlled via Access Control Lists (ACLs)
    • Cross-account object sharing via Bucket Policies, ACLs, or cross-account IAM roles. The latter is preferred, it enables API and Console access instead of only API access.
    • TLS encryption in-transit
    • At rest aka server-side encryption (SSE)
      • S3-managed keys (SSE-S3)
      • Customer master keys stored in Key Management Service (SSE-KMS)
      • Customer-provided keys (SSE-C)
      • Client-side encryption
  • Cross or same-region replication
    • Versioning must be enabled on both source and destination buckets
    • Only new/updated files are replicated after enabling
    • Deletes are not replicated
  • Lifecycle Policies automate moving objects and/or object versions between storage classes
  • S3 Transfer Acceleration uploads files first to CloudFront edge locations (Amazon’s content delivery network or CDN) and then over AWS’s backbone network to your bucket (or origin in CloudFront language)

S3 Storage Classes

NameAvailabilityUse CaseRetrieval FeeMinimum Duration ChargeFirst-Byte Latency
Standard99.99%General purposeN/aN/aMilliseconds
Intelligent Tiering99.9%Unknown or changing access, AWS moves between storage classes saving you moneyN/a30 daysMilliseconds
Standard-IA99.9%Infrequent accessPer GB30 daysMilliseconds
One Zone-IA99.5%Infrequent access, lower-cost, reproducible dataPer GB30 daysMilliseconds
Glacier99.99%Archive, low-costPer GB90 daysConfigurable minutes to hours
Glacier Deep Archive99.99%Archive, lowest-costPer GB180 days< 12 hours

Note: All storage classes provide 99.999999999% durability (11 9s)


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