AWS Snowball, a part of the AWS Snow Family, is an edge computing, data migration, and edge storage device that comes in two options. Snowball Edge Storage Optimized devices provide both block storage and Amazon S3-compatible object storage, and 40 vCPUs. They are well suited for local storage and large scale-data transfer. Amazon Prime Photos is a photo storage service for Amazon’s Prime members. In addition to letting users store unlimited photos, you can also use the service to order photo prints, cards, calendars and more, and get them delivered right to your door.
AWS Storage services
Edge computing and storage
Amazon Picture Storage Cloud
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Amazon Picture Storage
Read the blog posts below that feature all AWS Storage services to learn more about key use cases, best practices, thought leadership, and how to take advantage of important features.
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With S3 Object Lambda you can add your own code to S3 GET requests to modify and process data as it is returned to an application. For the first time, you can use custom code to modify the data returned by standard S3 GET requests to filter rows, dynamically resize images, redact confidential data, and much more. Powered by AWS Lambda functions, your code runs on infrastructure that is fully managed by AWS, eliminating the need to create and store derivative copies of your data or to run expensive proxies, all with no changes required to applications.
With just a few clicks in the AWS Management Console, you can configure a Lambda function and attach it to a S3 Object Lambda Access Point. From that point forward, S3 will automatically call your Lambda function to process any data retrieved through the S3 Object Lambda Access Point, returning a transformed result back to the application. You can author and execute your own custom Lambda functions, tailoring S3 Object Lambda’s data transformation to your specific use case.
Picture Storage Amazon Prime
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