A dive into APIs (using Amazon S3) - Part 5: Using AWS CloudShell

The fifth of this 6-part series creates a bucket in the Paris region using AWS's built-in web-based scripting environment, CloudShell. Similar to PowerShell (reviewed in Part 4), CloudShell provides a web-based interface to a number of popular scripting languages. 

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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