S3 API: Actions, Authentication and Code ExamplesWhat is the S3 API? Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is an elastically-scalable public cloud storage service. It was the first service introduced by AWS in 2006. S3 is based on object storage technology—it stores information as objects, which can contain any type of data, together with metadata that can help identify it. S3 ... Read More
S3 Bucket Policies: A Practical GuideWhat Is an S3 Bucket Policy? An S3 bucket policy is an object that allows you to manage access to specific Amazon S3 storage resources. You can specify permissions for each resource to allow or deny actions requested by a principal (a user or role). When you create a new Amazon S3 bucket, you should ... Read More
S3 Buckets: Accessing, Managing, and Securing Your Buckets
Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is an object storage solution that provides data availability, performance, security and scalability. Organizations from all industries and of every size may use Amazon S3 storage to safeguard and store any amount of information for a variety of use cases, including websites, data lakes, backup and restore, mobile applications, archives, big data analytics, IoT devices, and enterprise applications.
Bringing Cloud-Native Applications to the Edge
With the help of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, enterprises have made major progress in adopting cloud native technologies in public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud environments. The next step is to bring these technologies to the edge. Just like public cloud, private cloud and hybrid environments, the edge will benefit tremendously from better portability, improved agility, expedited app development cycles and minimized vendor lock-in that cloud native adoption delivers. Before this can happen, however, the industry must first overcome a major challenge — the lack of standardization.
Object Storage in the Cloud: 4 Providers ComparedWhat Is Object Storage in the Cloud? As your business expands, you have to manage isolated but rapidly growing pools of data from various sources, which are used for a variety of business processes and applications. Nowadays, many organizations grapple with a fragmented storage portfolio that slows down innovation and adds complexity to an organization’s ... Read More
New Solution with VMware Tanzu Greenplum Data WarehouseCloudian is expanding its collaboration with VMware with a new solution combining Cloudian HyperStore with VMware Tanzu Greenplum, a massively parallel data warehouse platform for enterprise analytics, at scale. Integrating Cloudian enterprise-grade object storage with VMware Tanzu Greenplum enables new efficiencies and savings for Greenplum users while also supporting the creation and deployment of petabyte-scale ... Read More
What is Object Storage and Why Should You Care?What is Object Storage Object storage is relatively new when compared with more traditional storage systems such as file or block storage. So, what is object storage, exactly? In short, it is storage for unstructured data that eliminates the scaling limitations of traditional file storage. Limitless scale is the reason that object storage is the ... Read More
Scalable S3-Compatible Storage On-Prem for AWS Outposts
AWS Outposts gives you cloud-like services in your data center. Now Cloudian provides AWS-validated S3-compatible storage on-prem to help you do more with Outposts. With Cloudian, you can expand your Outposts use cases to applications where data locality and latency are key.
A Streaming Feature Store Based on Flink and the AWS SageMaker Feature Store API
The next wave of digital transformation is a synthesis of on-premise and cloud workloads where the same compute and storage cloud services are also available on-premise, in particular at the “edge” — near or at the location where the data is generated. For this edge-cloud synthesis to work, the cloud services — specifically programming APIs — must be available at the edge without requiring cloud access. For example, popular AWS services such as S3 for data storage and Lambda for serverless computing also need to work at the edge independently of the cloud.