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  • Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) is the distributed storage component of the AWS platform. It can read, write, and delete objects representing data ranging from 1 byte to 5 gigabytes. You can use S3 to store, replicate, and persist an unlimited amount of objects in the cloud. However, you should not think of S3 as a local disk and attempt to run your database from S3. S3 simply stores "objects" or files, in "buckets" (folders). Since there are no directories in S3, each bucket is given a unique identifier. You can also have multiple buckets under one account. Many customers serve static files such as images or video directly from S3 instead of having them stored on a local disk. This gives them virtually infinite storage capacity for their files without purchasing any hardware. For more information visit: http://aws.amazon.com/s3.

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