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  1. Example: Upload a File to AWS S3 with Boto

    Example: Upload a File to AWS S3 with Boto Example Code Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a collection of extremely popular set of services for websites and apps, so knowing how to interact with the various services...Learn More
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  2. Serving Static Files in Python With Django, AWS S3 and WhiteNoise

    Serving Static Files in Python With Django, AWS S3 and WhiteNoise Introduction Websites generally need additional files such as images, CSS, and JavaScript files that are necessary to render complete web pages ...Learn More
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  3. Uploading Files to AWS S3 with Node.js

    Uploading Files to AWS S3 with Node.js Introduction Much of the software and web apps we build today requires some kind of hosting for files - images, invoices, audio files, etc. The traditional way to store fi...Learn More
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  4. AWS S3 with Java - Uploading Files, Creating and Deleting S3 Buckets

    AWS S3 with Java - Uploading Files, Creating and Deleting S3 Buckets Introduction In this article, we'll be using the Java AWS SDK and API to create an S3 bucket, upload files to it, and finally - delete it. On...Learn More
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  5. Uploading Files to AWS S3 with Python and Django

    Uploading Files to AWS S3 with Python and Django Introduction In the quest to build more interactive websites, we don't only relay information to users but also allow them to upload data of their own. This open...Learn More
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  6. Spring Cloud: AWS S3

    Spring Cloud: AWS S3 Introduction Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers a wide range of on-demand and reliable computing services. It does this by hiding the infrastructure management and it's complexities, thus sim...Learn More
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  7. File Management with AWS S3, Python, and Flask

    File Management with AWS S3, Python, and Flask Introduction One of the key driving factors to technology growth is data. Data has become more important and crucial in the tools being built as technology advance...Learn More
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  8. Hadoop Performance Benchmark Results Comparing On-Premise S3 vs. HDFS

    Introduction A challenge for Hadoop deployments is to scale storage in sync with the compute requirements because the storage and compute are co-located on the same hardware nodes. A more flexible and cost-eff...Learn More
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  9. Layered security in AWS — Introduction

    Photo by Deleece Cook on Unsplash Success to a good cloud platform is based on solid security foundation that it is built upon. Securing a cloud environment is a vast domain. Broadly we can break the AWS secur...Learn More
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  10. How To Restore EC2 From Snapshot?

    Amazon EC2 and S3 are the most widely used services in Amazon. EC2 being a compute service and S3 being a lightweight storage service. It is always a good practice to create a backup for your EC2 instances so t...Learn More
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  11. How to run SQL on S3 files with AWS Athena

    How to run SQL on S3 files with AWS Athena A walkthrough example of how you can query the S3 files using AWS Athena aws Amazon Athena is an interactive query service that makes it easy to analyze data direct...Learn More
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  12. Building Apache Spark 3.x to support S3 / GCS

    Customize Apache Spark 3.1.1 to work with S3 / GCS Apache Spark 3.0.1 can be built from source code along with (1) AWS specific binaries to enable reading and writing to s3 (2) GCP specific binaries to enabl...Learn More
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