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- Joined: Thu Jan 03, 2019 2:17 pm
It would be great to add to S3 AWS the option for Storage Class especially when Amazon added nicely priced "S3 Glacier Deep Archive"
Example how it's done by competition:
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Using Glacier Deep Archive – CLI to upload a new object and set the storage class:
$ aws s3 cp new.mov s3://awsroadtrip-videos-raw/ --storage-class DEEP_ARCHIVE
This would place files directly on required storage class and avoid need to do the lifecycle rules, etc...
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- Joined: Wed Dec 15, 2021 12:01 pm
For execution delicate use cases (those that require millisecond access time) and often got to information, Amazon S3 gives the accompanying stockpiling classes:
S3 Standard — The default stockpiling class. Assuming that you don't determine the capacity class when you transfer an item, Amazon S3 doles out the S3 Standard stockpiling class.
Diminished Redundancy — The Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS) stockpiling class is intended for noncritical, reproducible information that can be put away with less excess than the S3 Standard stockpiling class.
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- Joined: Sun Jan 17, 2016 9:08 pm
I have given up waiting on them to add the ability to copy direct to Deep Archive. I need to reduce my cloud storage costs and other products have supported writing direct to Glacier Deep Archive for some time. While I may pay more for the software product it will more than pay for itself when my monthly storage costs drop by more than 60%. I love SyncbackPro, but not having a method to write direct to AWS Depp Archive of Azure Archive is forcing me to another solution.
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- Joined: Mon Jan 05, 2004 6:51 pm
Hi, as mentioned in another reply, SyncBackPro V9 (and V10) support Glacier Deep Archive and have done since July 2021.