If you are already reaping the benefits of storing data in the cloud and are using Amazon’s S3 service, you might be on the look for a tool that would make the process of managing your online storage in a more natural and efficient manner. If you are, there is a tool that can really make a difference in your daily work with S3.
S3 Browser dramatically facilitates the work with the Amazon S3 cloud service and makes file sharing a lot easier. This 100% free software supports multiple S3 accounts, efficiently processes very large amounts of data (up to millions of files) and very large files (up to 5 TB in size). The proprietary engine of the program reduces the number of requests made to the service, thus saving your money, and allows you to pause/resume uploads at any time. S3 Browser makes bucket management a lot easier — you can browser, create, edit and delete buckets, share them with other Amazon S3 users, access buckets shared with you by other users and configure access permissions for buckets and files in your online storage. Other notable features include AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) support, a convenient metadata editor for HTTP headers, support of bulk assignment of ACL’s, an advanced URL generator, bandwidth throttling and support of proxies.
Thanks to an intuitive interface, a bunch of speed-boosting features and general ease of use, S3 Browser will be a great choice for active users of Amazon S3 services.
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