Lab Steps

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Logging in to the Amazon Web Services Console
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Creating an Amazon S3 Bucket
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Create a Bucket Policy in S3 with IP Address Conditions
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Create a Bucket Policy in S3 with Encryption Conditions
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Here you can find the instructions for this specific Lab Step.

If you are ready for a real environment experience please start the Lab. Keep in mind that you'll need to start from the first step.

Introduction

You can create an S3 bucket using the S3 management console. As with many other AWS services, you can also use the AWS API or CLI (command-line interface) as well. This lab uses the AWS console.

 

Instructions

1. In the AWS Management Console, click Services, enter S3, and click the S3 result:

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You will be placed in the S3 console.

If you see a notification similar to:

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Click the Switch to the new console link. The following instructions are for the new console user interface.

 

2. From the S3 console, click Create bucket:

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3. Under General configuration, enter the following values:

  • Bucket name: Enter a unique name beginning with calabs- (For example, calabs-abc123)
  • Region: Ensure US West (Oregon) us-west-2 is selected

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Bucket names must be globally unique. If you later see an error about the bucket name, try adding some random letters to the end of the name.

Bucket names must also be DNS compliant.

To read more about limitations on bucket names, visit the AWS documentation.

 

4. Leave the Block public access (bucket settings) at the default values:

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No changes are needed. This is where you can set more granular permissions tied to your S3 objects. This includes setting permissions at the user and group level.

 

5. To finish creating your bucket, scroll to the bottom, and click on Create bucket.

 

Summary

In this lab step, you created an Amazon S3 bucket.

Validation checks
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Created S3 Bucket

Check if the Amazon S3 bucket has been created

Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)