Amazon S3

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Core BizApp

The OneCloud Amazon S3 BizApp provides a powerful way to interact with the AWS S3 service that includes upload, download, and manage files, manage buckets, lists objects, and pre-sign object URLs. The functionality maps to the current operations provided with the AWS CLI for S3.

For documentation on all available commands, see the Amazon S3 Command Reference.

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Connection Setup

Create Access key ID and Secret access key

An access key ID and access key secret are required to successfully connect to Amazon S3. These credentials can be accessed through the AWS Console.

  1. Log in to the AWS Console.
  2. Navigate to Identity Access Management (IAM).
  3. Select Users.
  4. Add a user and provide Programmatic Access.
  5. Attach an existing policy that supports S3 Access. A good default choice might be AmazonS3FullAccess.
  6. Optionally add a tag.
  7. Review and create user.
  8. Collect the Access key ID and Secret access key.


Assuming the Amazon AWS Access key ID and Secret access key are available, finish setting up the Amazon S3 Connection.


Access Key Id


The AWS user's Access Key ID.

Access Key Secret


The AWS user's Access Key Secret.

Default Region


The default AWS region for this connection.

Alternate Endpoint


If your AWS S3 is hosted at a different address than the default endpoint, enter that URL here. Some examples might be us-east-1 or us-east-2.

Connection Example

Updated about a month ago

Amazon S3

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