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Amazon S3 Webservices

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This article is part of my web research to prepare the development of a new feature using Webservices.

I have to develop a new feature using Amazon S3 services. The first discussed thing with the customer was how to get an access to an S3 AWS Account to write my features. Since it was rather complicated, I had to look for some alternative solutions.

These are my finds.

Using 3 with Java

First, to manipulate S3 resources, I am writing a Java microservices. I have been looking for Java S3 and some interesting links :

Mocking Amazon S3 Server with a Local server

if you desire to develop on your laptop and solely rely on the local resources, you can use a server to emulate a S3 API.

I found many different implementations :


Don’t miss the next article, I will compare the solutions with a Java example!


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Sylvain Leroy

Senior Software Quality Manager and Solution Architect in Switzerland, I have previously created my own company, Tocea, in Software Quality Assurance. Now I am offering my knowledges and services in a small IT Consulting company : Byoskill and a website

Currently living in Lausanne (CH)

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