Transfer Acceleration

Intermediate
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This lesson will look at some of the management and bucket property features that Amazon S3 has to offer, and how you can use them to maintain and control your data. There are a number of different features available and you may be familiar with some of them, and others perhaps not so much, so this lesson has been designed to give you a full overview of what is available to you. 

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Lesson Objectives

The main objective of this lesson is to introduce and explain the available properties that are configurable at the bucket level that Amazon S3 has to offer to help you manage and administer your data effectively. 

Intended Audience

This lesson has been designed for:

  • Storage and operations engineers responsible for maintaining and storing data within the enterprise
  • AWS Architects who are designing new solutions requiring data storage capabilities
  • Those who are looking to begin their certification journey with either the AWS Cloud Practitioner or one of the three Associate-level certifications

Prerequisites

This is an intermediate level lesson to AWS storage services and, therefore, to get the most out of this lesson, you should have some basic knowledge of Amazon S3. For more information related to this service, please see our existing lesson entitled Introduction to Amazon S3.

 

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