Amazon S3 provides a full portfolio of storage management tools that help you easily manage your storage as it grows. With Amazon S3, you can organize, automate, and monitor your data to meet your specific business and organizational requirements.
In this curriculum, you learn about the techniques that you can use to simplify management of your Amazon S3 storage. You also explore the tools available to monitor your Amazon S3 activity, storage, and performance trends. You also gain practical hands-on experience through a self-paced lab.
This course includes one or more optional self-paced labs hosted at amazon.qwiklabs.com. Labs must be paid for with credits, which cost $1 USD per credit. Labs typically cost up to 15 credits. This cost is not included with free digital training on aws.training. You will need to create a Qwiklabs account to purchase credits and take a lab.
• Course level: Advanced • Duration: 2.5 hours
This curriculum includes interactive lessons, demonstrations, knowledge checks, and an optional self-paced lab.
In this course, you will learn to: • Effectively use tagging in Amazon S3 • Monitor Amazon S3 API calls using S3 object-level an server access logging • Use and interpret inventory reports • Automate tasks using Amazon S3 notification events • Conduct large-scale batch operations on Amazon S3 objects using S3 batch operations • Monitor Amazon S3 storage and performance using Amazon CloudWatch
This course is intended for: • Cloud architects • Storage architects • Developers • Operations engineers
We recommend that attendees of this course have: • Completed Architecting on AWS or equivalent experience • Completed AWS Storage Overview • Completed Getting Started with AWS Storage
Course: Managing Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) • Keeping track of Amazon S3 activity with object-level and server access logging • Using tagging in Amazon S3 • Auditing your storage with Amazon S3 inventory • Working with Amazon S3 event notifications • Executing complex operations on your S3 objects with S3 batch operations • Monitoring Amazon S3 storage and performance using CloudWatch Lab: Using Amazon S3 event notifications and batch operations • Create an S3 batch operations job • Run an S3 batch operations job and verify job completion • Create an Amazon S3 event notification that invokes an AWS Lambda function • Invoke the Lambda function by triggering the event notification