In this lab, we will learn how to use AWS Glue to create a data pipeline.
Create crawler to retrieve the metadata
Create a table
Query the data through the Glue table
Continue reading “[AWS Lab] Analytics – S3, Glue, Athena”
Due to the recent changes of how to set permissions to buckets and images, you need to be careful to follow each step.
Continue reading “[AWS] S3 – Web Hosting”
AWS S3 is a main Object and File storage service and can be integrated with many other AWS Services. Also, S3 has many features you need to be familiar with in order to utilize the full functionality of S3.
Continue reading “[AWS] S3 Features”
You can control S3 access can be done in 3 ways:
Bucket Policies apply across the bucket.
Object Permissions apply to individual files.
IAM (Identity) policies apply to users and groups
Continue reading “[AWS] S3 Security and Encryption”
S3 Storage Classes (Storage Tier) – cost, durability, and availability – can be changed manually or using lifecycle policies.
: The percentage over a one-year period that an object in S3 will not be lost. Durability Object
: The percentage over a one-year period that an object in S3 will be accessible. Availability Continue reading “[AWS] S3 Storage Classes and Versioning”
AWS S3 (is a global object storage platform that can be used to store and retrieve any amount of data. Simple Storage Service) Continue reading “[AWS] S3 Architecture”