Since 2006 Amazon Web Services has been offering web services commonly known as cloud computing. AWS Provides a reliable, low cost infrastructure platform that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses.
Amazon S3 API, the Simple Storage Service provides a simple web services interface used to store objects using the Amazon online storage infrastructure. Users can then download the data or use the data with other AWS services, such as Amazon Elastic Cloud Computer (EC2). Using this web service, developers can build applications that make use of Internet storage.
The API uses Buckets, Objects, Keys and Operations. An object has four parts: value, key, metadata, and an access control policy. Objects are stored in buckets. The API is available in both REST and SOAP protocol. Responses are formatted in XML.
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The Amazon Web Services Haskell SDK by Brendan Hay allows developers to access all of the publicly available Amazon Web Services using Haskell code. Some of the code contained in this SDK is auto-generated and automatically kept up-to-date.
The Amazon S3 Java SDK by Yegor Bugayenko is a project that contains continuous integration, dependencies, issue tracking, plugins, and source repository. Aims to be useful for developers who prefer to work in object layer with the storage, backup, big data, and cloud properties of the Amazon S3 API.