I've just found a nice PHP API which can be used for that. As it was last updated in 2011, I took the freedom to go over it, do a little cleanup, some adjustments, added ApiDoc – and finally extended it a little. From the description:
Amazons Product Advertising API for PHP
This is a collection of PHP classes to enable you to access the Amazons ...
Are you looking for OpenStack? https://www.openstack.org/
OpenStack is a free and open-source software platform for cloud
computing, mostly deployed as infrastructure-as-a-service, whereby
virtual servers and other resources are made available to customers.
I believe it is difficult to answer your questions, because it really depends on your needs. How will you use these modules? What program do you have? Have you looked at these modules' documentation to see if they have the features you need?
I'm not an user of any of these modules, but looking at their documentation, features, dates of release and such, I ...
Well, as you're asking if there's any software in the world for that, looks like you need a real piece of advice here. I expect to see at lot of promotions and strongly recommend you choose wisely while googling backup companies.
I guess you search for something super easy to use and free, regarding S3Fox.
I have CloudBerry at home, really simple. I used ...
Cyberduck is great and it is free.
Libre FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, S3, Azure & OpenStack Swift browser for Mac and Windows.
However, Cyberduck has not been dependable with large file uploads to s3 for me. 5+ GB files fail to upload.
Cloudberry Explorer comes as freeware, and the paid version has a very good reputation. I can ...
If you want to create a private S3-like service atop your data / file system, then you need a software stack such as Eucalyptus that implements an AWS-alike set of services atop your private infrastructure.
The specific Eucalyptus component you'd need is called "Walrus."
You can use AWS Toolkit for Eclipse or AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio. Both are gratis (assuming that you have Visual Studio for the latter), work on Windows, are GUI, can write and execute queries, and can save queries' results.
AWS Toolkit for Eclipse:
AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio :
I did research about webshops and found that Magento seems the best choice. Did you look at Magento ? It's PHP with rdbms backend. There are also other similar project, but AFAIK magento is the best, since it is the most mature and has the most complete set of functions and interoperability with other vendors, if you want to host your own webshop and can run ...
You can do this with AWS if you use EC2 to host your FTP servers and Route 53 for DNS by taking advantage of the Route 53 DNS feature called "Latency Resource Record Sets"
AWS blog post
It would be cool if you could do with this S3 and therefore save money by not having to run EC2 servers but I havent come across that as an ...
Get Amazon credentials
Click on your name in the upper right corner, then on "Security Credentials"
Click on Access Keys (Access Key ID and Secret Access Key)
The solution is pretty simple (on Linux systems, at least):
$ pip install s3cmd
$ s3cmd --configure
$ s3cmd get --recursive --skip-existing s3://arxiv/...
As stated on this page:
you can use "s3cmd" to bulk download arxiv.org.
(s3cmd is free and open source)
If you use the last versions (> 1.6.0), you don't even need to apply the patch that is described in the help page. You just need to use the "--requester-pays" command line flag of the tool.
You can find the last ...
Tim Kay's Perl wrapper with support for S3, including the requester pays feature works well. You can run it in parallel using something like xargs -P 32 to speed things up.
When requester pays is turned on for an S3 bucket that means that the requester pays for out of Region data egress from that bucket. If you move data to an EC2 instance in the same region ...