Configure Access and Encryption on Amazon S3 Buckets
You will practice configuring access control and encryption on an S3 bucket, a standard set of tasks for administrators of AWS accounts. When you are finished, you will be able to control access and encryption policies for S3 bucket resources.
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Configure read-only access on a folder in an S3 Bucket for a group of users and give a select user elevated permissions within the same folder. When finished, the user with elevated permissions will be able to create objects within the folder.
Configure Anonymous Public Access to S3 Resources
Add anonymous access to existing files in S3 with the Make Public option in the console, and use a Bucket Policy on an S3 Bucket.
Deploy Resources in Amazon S3 with Encryption
Configure encryption on resources within an S3 bucket. First you'll create a Key Managed Service key for use in the encryption process. Next, you’ll configure encryption at a file and a folder level.
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Follow along with the author’s guided walkthrough and build something new in your provided environment!
Did you know?
On average, you retain 75% more of your learning if you get time for practice.
Basic navigational skill in the AWS Management Console
Basic understanding of S3 buckets including creation and administration