Working with Cloud Storage

Length: 00:09:19

Lesson Summary:

Cloud Storage is a more powerful service than it might seem. It can be used as a backup solution; as an archive solution; it's often used to store static assets; it's also used to host static websites.

With all of that power, it can be easy to miss some of the functionality we should know, such as object lifecycles and signed URLs.

In this lesson we'll:

  • Create a bucket and set a lifecycle rule
  • Upload an item from the CLI
  • Move the object to another bucket
  • Make an object public
  • Use signed URLs

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