The last S3 security document that we’ll ever need, and how to use it.
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Sits in front of S3 or Minio, lets you use it as a key/value datastore. Sort of like Redis, but with HTTP.
A search engine for open and unsecured Amazon S3 buckets.
Has a REST API. Have a key.
Minio is an opensource object storage system that is functionally compatible with Amazon's S3 service. It's written in go and aims for minimalism, scalability, and reliability with automatic erasure coding and checksums of data. If you can throw it in an S3 bucket, you can throw it in a Minio bucket. Objects top out at 5TB in size. The executable itself tops out at 22 MB in size. Even has an online webapp that lets you browse buckets and their contents.
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