Barry Frost

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Tagged #s3

I finally got round to trying some AWS basics:

  • Route 53 for DNS of
  • S3 for static web hosting
  • CloudFront in front of S3 for HTTP/2 and CDN
  • SSL certificate via ACM

Hate the UI but it was reassuringly easy. Next to try: Lambda and API Gateway.

Reposted Venntro Development Venntro Development’s post on Twitter
New post: "Automating the build and deployment of our team site with Jekyll, GitHub, Travis, S3 and CloudFront"

Static Site Hosting with S3 and CloudFlare


Store photos, videos, VMs, containers, log files, or any blob of data as objects.

Self-hosted, S3-compatible storage.

Dropshare for Mac

Dropshare is a so-called menulet that enables you to easily drag&drop files, folders and anything else to your own server, Amazon S3, Rackspace Cloud Files or Google Drive. Once uploaded, the app copies the link to the file to your Mac’s clipboard and you’re ready to share with anyone you like!


Stout is a deploy tool for static websites. It takes a website and uploads it to S3 in a more reliable way than other tools.



The Ruby cloud services library

Serve your Rails assets over S3 (and CloudFront) with asset_sync

Amazon Web Services for Ruby

Includes access to S3, EC2, SimpleDB and more, all through the AWS gem.


S3 backup for Mac

Host Your Static Website on Amazon S3


File uploading, resizing, encoding, thumbnailing and storage. Has a jQuery plugin for a progress bar

Bulletproof Server Backups with Amazon S3

S3Hub: S3 Client for Mac OS X

Amazon DevPay

Billing and accoument management services for apps built on top of EC2 and S3. Tracks resource usage and bills your customers.

Amazon S3 REST Wrapper [ColdFusion]

ColdFusion Amazon S3 REST Wrapper

Amazon S3 in Europe - All Things Distributed

S3 storage coming to Europe

Server Backup with Amazon S3 (Howto)