How do you or your organization use this solution?
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I am managing the S3 storage solution from Amazon. From Microsoft, I'm managing the Azure administration. I handle that. As a part of that, I need to create the virtual machines, a point to site to VPN and Azure AD, AD synchronization with Windows server, a database server, mail server, and web server. I administrate all that. We use Amazon S3 for storing files and documents on the cloud. I fill out the user whenever the files they use are downloaded. That is fully automated. After a few days, it can delete it. I've done the policy for the automated deletion. Amazon S3 is great. We are using it for storage solutions.
We use this solution to store the historical data of the customer. Additionally, we are creating JSON format data while running our application and we are pushing this JSON format data to the Amazon S3.
We use it for static website hosting, storing data, and second data of some of the websites. We can then easily sync the data whenever we have the need to do so. Some of our websites are 2 or 4 pages and have static content. We can simply host it by creating a bucket, putting the content of the website there, and making it available to the public with the Make Public feature.
We primarily use the solution in order to share static files among web applications and mobile applications.
I work as an integrator of Amazon S3
The primary use case of this solution is for storage.
We have deployed Amazon S3 in two places, in Ireland and Northern Ireland. These act as storage for all the data, which is there. We have up to three servers there, one of these is an SQL server and one is Windows.
We haven't released the Amazon S3 platform in a production environment. It's more for prototyping and POC so far. Normally we use it for the data dump. It's something similar to a data lake wherein we use it to obtain the data.
The primary use case of this solution is for the storage of large amounts of data. It's a public cloud deployment model that anyone can deploy. There is no need to upgrade as they don't have versions, it's a managed service, it's hybrid. There are changes that we make internally. It's Amazon S3.
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