Webapper Services LLC, a cloud solutions provider, announced the launch of CloudSee Drive for Amazon S3. Available through the AWS Marketplace, CloudSee Drive enables AWS administrators and users to upload, view, and manage files stored in the cloud using a web browser.
Having a smart backup strategy for Amazon S3 is important. A common failure of backups is not having a clear understanding around the potential disasters you must defend against. From simple things like accidentally overwriting a file to losing your entire AWS account, you must ensure the integrity and availability of your data.
S3 buckets are a foundational element of AWS. Unfortunately, Amazon S3 can become a dumping ground for media and data. Managing files on S3 can become unwieldy from the AWS Console, and dealing with the many use cases poses security challenges. One of the areas that administrators struggle is simple file management, which has led to an 'aftermarket' of tools. One such segment is Amazon S3 browsers.
Amazon S3 buckets continue to be the core storage facility for cloud-based systems. The original goal was to ensure that organizations could use public buckets and objects easily, providing tools to limit public access. Because S3 has occasionally been a newsworthy security topic, AWS makes changes to shore them up. In April 2023, several important Amazon S3 security changes are coming, so if you use S3 buckets, you'll want to know what to expect. AWS will roll out the changes all AWS Regions within a few weeks.
With Amazon S3, you can upload any amount of data and access it anywhere in order to deploy applications faster and reach more end users. Organizations around the world use Amazon S3 to store application data and other forms of cloud content. Amazon S3 provides a reliable and scalable platform that provides a suite of storage options to meet specific customer needs. Let's take a look at some compelling Amazon S3 use cases.