Multipart uploads with S3 pre-signed URLs
Breaking an object into pieces, uploading it to S3 in a secure way and constructing it to one piece
In my previous post, Working with S3 pre-signed URLs, I showed you how and why I used pre-signed URLs. This time I faced another problem: I had to upload a large file to S3 using pre-signed URLs. To be able to do so I had to use multipart upload, which is basically uploading a single object as a set of parts, with the advantage of parallel uploading. In the following article, I’ll describe how I combined and used multipart upload with pre-signed URLs.
July 8 2020 · 3 min read
Automating CloudWatch Logs Aggregation
How we automated our log shipping to a centralized solution using Logz.io
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Working with S3 pre-signed URLs
Grant temporary access to objects in AWS S3 buckets without the need to grant explicit permissions.
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Better data validation in TypeScript
Data validation tends to get out of hand and become difficult to maintain and understand. In this article, we explore a better way by using our open-source library
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