In this tutorial, you will learn how to register for an S3 bucket to help manage large volumes of storage. All you need to do is set a quota and set up your users.
These days, businesses need increasingly more storage space to maintain and protect their security copies, application data, etc. The hardware to do this can cost serious amounts of money. To respond to this problem, Jotelulu has developed S3 Buckets, a cloud storage solution that allows businesses to store large volumes of data in an organised, secure and accessible way.
To successfully complete this tutorial, you will need:
From the main dashboard, click either on Services on the top menu (1), the New Service button (2) or the Add Service card (3) and select S3 Bucket.
Step 1. Start the S3 bucket deployment process from the main dashboard
First, you will be required to enter a name for the subscription (4)* so that it will be easier to identify later. You will also need to set the storage quota for your bucket (5). Once you have done this, click on Next (6).
*Note: Due to system limitations, the name of the subscription must only contain letters and numbers and not contain any special symbols, capital letters or spaces.
Step 1. Choose a name and quota for your S3 bucket
Next, you will need to choose a user to be the owner of the bucket. Being an owner means having complete control over the bucket, and it is only possible to have one owner per bucket. Choose an owner from the list of users shown (7).
Note: You will have to give specific permissions to any other user that needs to access the bucket. These will need to be added once the service has been deployed.
Step 2. Choose the owner of the S3 bucket
If the user that you want to be chosen as the owner has not yet been created, simply click on the New User button (9). Then enter their e-mail address (10) and other details (if the user is new on the platform).
Once you have chosen a user, click on Save (11).
Step 2. Create a new user to set as owner
Your S3 bucket will now have been created (12) and can be managed from the main dashboard (13).
Step 2. The new S3 bucket will now have been created
The process to register for an S3 bucket is fully guided and can be completed in just a few steps.
Now that you have completed this tutorial, you may want to find out more about this service and its features. If so, the following tutorials may be of interest to you:
Categorias: Tutorial, Repositório S3