AWS re:Invent 2018: [NEW LAUNCH!] S3 Batch Operations: Managing Objects in Amazon S3 at Scale STG212

Published on Nov 29, 2018

Amazon S3’s newest management feature S3 Batch Operations makes it simple to manage billions of objects with a single API request or a few clicks in the S3 Management Console. With this new feature, customers can change object properties and execute core storage management tasks across any number of their objects stored in Amazon S3. S3 Batch Operations include: copying objects between buckets, replacing tag sets, modifying access controls, applying retention dates, and restoring archived objects from Amazon Glacier. Customers can also use S3 Batch Operations to invoke AWS Lambda functions to execute more complex operations. Attend this session to learn more about S3 Batch Operations and how it can save up to 90% of time spent on managing your S3 objects at scale.