DataLine updated S3 object storage

25 May

Users of DataLine's S3 service can now use user access and rights management (IAM) and simple message queuing service (SQS).

The IAM system added to the S3 service allows you to more flexibly control access to the storage. Using the new functionality, current users without administrator rights can independently create new user groups, regulate their rights within this account and assign roles. Thus, the solution helps to flexibly manage user permissions to read, edit or access certain resources if necessary.

The SQS solution allows you to organize a distributed message queue for exchange between applications. If you have multiple applications running on S3, Message Queuing guarantees delivery of messages within such a system, even if the sender and recipient are not online at the same time. This helps, for example, to organize sequential loading of objects into the storage from several sources. SQS is also used when working with microservices to transfer and store messages within the application, when only one service fetches information.

S3 Object Storage by DataLine — is a cloud storage service for any type of data with automatic scaling and guaranteed 99.5% availability. The solution is 98% compatible with Amazon and also complies with Law No. 152-FZ "On Personal Data" and has PCI DSS certification for working with international payment systems.

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