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AWS Cloud Practitioner Essentials

Prepare for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam.

13:08:12 of on-demand video • Updated November 2019

  • Learn the foundations of cloud computing and AWS, including its primary services, benefits, and use cases
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English [Auto] Want to see some of the extra components the two main components that build up street the bucket and the objects. Nor does the bucket. The bucket is a fundamental container for data storage. So a bucket is a fundamental container that stores two Dedo every object is contained in a bucket. So the object is nothing but a piece of data that you upload to the packet. You can look at the package so that they are being created in a specific region that the buckets are the region specific resources to create the Packards in each region or based upon the specific region. So whenever you store any data or the objects to that packet then those objects all the data will be stored in that region. You can also configure packet so that every time an object is added to it the evidence feature it's a unique version ID and assigns it to the object. So every time you upload something to the Estep packet the fourth object a key value or the virtual ID is being assigned to the object. So what you need is being able to if you enable the versioning. We just one of the features object. So what are the objects are object so the objects are the fundamental entities stored in the image in history. So an object is a piece of data upload to the packet object consist of all data and meta data. The data is opaque to and stream there as the meta data is a set of name valey pills that describe the object. So whenever you upload the object to actual data is the object itself. And the information of the data other object is called the meta data and object is uniquely identified within a bucket by key name and a version ID. Now you can store an infinite amount of data in a bucket. You can upload as many as you like into the EMS on a street bucket. But this is a very very important point. You can store the own limited amount of data in a package you can stuff in as many years as you like. There's no limitation. However each object can contain up to 5 2 byte of data even though you can store as many objects as you can at the packet. However the size of a single object not a single object can be a single spreadsheet a single word document a single presentation to any single piece of data. The Forth object. If you're trying to upload that to the bucket you have to make sure that the size of that object does not exceed more than 5 bytes in size. So these are the two very important points that you have to keep in mind because they're very important from the examination and from the interview point of view. So that's all about the history going forward we're going to see that how the two buckets are being created and how you can upload and manage the objects. Thank you.