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Using S3 for static web hosting

Using S3 for static web hosting

Hosting a static website is possible with S3, an AWS service that offers unlimited cloud storage capacity. You are able to deliver static content like HTML, CSS, images (e.g., PNG and JPG), audio or videos. You can’t execute server-side scripts like PHP...

Antivirus for S3 Buckets

Antivirus for S3 Buckets

Many of our AWS consultancy clients ask me: “How can we make sure that the files that we store on S3 are virus free?” As always, our clients are looking for simple and cheap solutions. That’s why I developed S3 VirusScan. Every file that is added to a...

Introducing the Object Store: S3

Introducing the Object Store: S3

Back in the old days, data was managed as files in a hierarchy consisting of folders and files. The file was the representation of the data. In an object store, data is stored as objects. Each object consists of a globally unique identifier, some metada...

Discovering Machine Learning with Iris flower data set

Discovering Machine Learning with Iris flower data set

Today I want you to show how you can use the Amazon Machine Learning service to train (supervised learning) a model that can categorize data (multiclass classification). Introduction to Machine LearningGiven you have a spreadsheet with data, one column ...

Serverless image resizing at any scale

Serverless image resizing at any scale

This post demonstrates how you can create a bunch of resized images right after uploading an image to S3. The solution requires no servers, is scalable and can be automatically deployed within minutes. The solution makes use of two S3 buckets: The b...

Monitor your AWS account to detect suspicious behavior in real time

Monitor your AWS account to detect suspicious behavior in real time

You can track every change made to your AWS account with CloudTrail. Did you know that you can also monitor your AWS account in near real time with custom rules specific to your use case? By combining CloudTrail, S3, SNS, and Lambda, you can run a piece...


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