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Old 02-20-2008, 11:11 PM   #1
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LXer: Amazon S3 from the command line


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Amazon.com offers a variety of web services to make building highly scalable web applications easier. One of those services is called the Simple Storage Service (S3). It provides a way to store and retrieve files (up to 5 GB each) on Amazon's distributed servers. S3 has both a SOAP and REST API. You can use the S3 REST API with only the native command line utilities installed by default in OS X Leopard and Linux.

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