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Amazon S3 Essentials

Author: Sunil Gulabani
Launch on: November 2015

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Book Details

Book Description

ISBN 139781783554898
Paperback 112 pages

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), provides developers and IT teams with secure, durable, and highly-scalable object storage. Amazon S3 is easy to use, with a simple web services interface to store and retrieve any amount of data from anywhere on the web.

S3 is automatically web scalable and responds to the requirements of your application and traffic, and therefore offers a key element to help companies deal dynamically with any spike in traffic for their application (such as a free e-book offer).

This book starts with the basics of the Amazon S3 and its features, and you will quickly get an understanding how to use the Amazon Management Console for Amazon S3 which is the simplest way to manage Amazon S3. Next, we will cover basic operations on bucket, folder, objects. Once the basic operations are understood, you will know how to use Amazon S3 using Java SDK. Following that, you will learn about Copy Objects and Multipart copy objects for large objects size. You will also learn to manage the life cycle of bucket and how to share resources to the different domain by configuring CORS. The book will then guide you through the development and deployment of a static website on Amazon S3 using different services of Amazon.

By the end of the book, you will be able to create a scalable application using Amazon S3.


Table of Contents

What You Will Learn

  1. Know-How about S3
  2. S3 using the AWS Management Console
  3. S3 using AWS SDK - Java (Part 1)
  4. S3 using AWS SDK - Java (Part 2)
  5. Deploying a Website on S3
  • Start with the basic concepts of Amazon S3 to get you going
  • Use Copy Object and Multipart Copy Object for objects of different sizes
  • Understand how to use the amazon management console for Amazon S3
  • Learn how to use the AWS SDK of Java and consume the Amazon S3
  • Get to grips with managing the bucket life cycle
  • Configure CORS to share resources to a different domain
  • Discover how to develop and deploy the static website on Amazon S3 using different services of Amazon

Authors

Sunil Gulabani

Sunil Gulabani is a software engineer based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, and author of the book, Developing RESTful Web Services with Jersey 2.0, Packt Publishing. He completed his graduation in commerce from S M Patel Institute of Commerce (SMPIC) and obtained his master's degree in computer applications from AES Institute of Computer Studies (AESICS). Sunil presented a paper entitled Effective Label Matching For Automated Evaluation of Use Case Diagrams at an IEEE conference on Technology For Education (T4E) held at IIIT Hyderabad, along with senior lecturers, Vinay Vachharajani and Dr. Jyoti Pareek.

Since 2011, he has been working as a software engineer and is a cloud technology–savvy person. Sunil is experienced in developing enterprise solutions using Java Enterprise Edition. He has a keen interest in system architecture and integration, data modeling, relational databases, and mapping with NoSQL for high throughput.

Apart from this, Sunil is interested in writing tech blogs and is actively involved in knowledge-sharing communities.

You can visit him online at http://www.sunilgulabani.com and follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/sunil_gulabani. You can also reach Sunil directly at sunil_gulabani@yahoo.com.