In this tutorial, you will quickly learn how to manage the S3 Bucket service on Jotelulu, including how to increase or decrease your quota, manage access or set up a structure.
S3 Buckets are easy to configure and help facilitate the secure storage (distributed storage) and recovery of any volume of data from any location. This can be a great advantage for those businesses looking for scalability, high data availability and a robust service.
Once you have subscribed to Jotelulu’s S3 Bucket service, an S3 Bucket card will appear on your main dashboard. To find out how to subscribe, have a look at the tutorial entitled: How to Deploy an S3 Bucket on Jotelulu.
Click on the S3 Bucket card on the main dashboard to view your subscription
The platform is designed in such a way that each S3 Bucket subscription deploys a single bucket.
To manage each bucket, simply click on the top of the corresponding S3 Bucket card on the main dashboard. Then, the S3 Bucket page will open, showing a summary of your service, as shown in the image below.
Overview of the S3 Bucket summary page
If you click on the Bucket section in the left-hand menu, you will be able to see the quota that you have subscribed to, as well as your notifications settings, version information and lifecycle settings.
Manage your storage quota, versioning and lifecycle settings
The Users section provides you with information about each user and their access. You can set the owner of the bucket, configure access settings or add new users as necessary.
Manage users and access to your S3 bucket
The Structure section acts as a kind of browser, making it easier to find information. It allows you to set up a folder structure and easily locate data when needed.
Set up a folder structure on your S3 bucket to easily access data
The URL for your S3 service is readily at hand in the bottom corner of the S3 Bucket page. Using the access key and the secret key, you can easily integrate your S3 bucket with other services (e.g. a backup service).
All your access details are ready to hand for easy integration with other services or clients.
Each S3 Bucket subscription provides you with a single bucket. By clicking on the corresponding card on the main dashboard, you will be able to manage all matters relating to your storage quota, structure or access. In this tutorial, you have received a basic introduction to S3 buckets on Jotelulu and learnt a little about how to use the service.
Now that you have completed this tutorial, you may have some further questions or might be interested in learning more about what this service can do. If so, have a look at some of these tutorials to find out more about S3 buckets:
Categorias: Repositório S3