A dive into APIs (using Amazon S3) - Part 3: SDKs

The third part of this 6-part series looks at how functions that can be performed using the GUI can be made available within a package that can be invoked within a supported development language. SDKs extend the reach developers have, vis-à-vis the ability to make their software perform more functions and manage the scope and capabilities of their solutions.

S3 stands for Simple Storage Service and is a service that allows Amazon customers to store any type of file. Netflix uses an S3 to store the movies they stream, while Siemens has an S3 that accumulates operational data on which their cybersecurity teams perform forensic analysis. Ryanair and Nasdaq use S3 to backup their data.




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