Amazon Simple Storage Service is simple web services interface that you can use to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web.
Discord is a cross-platform communication app designed for gamers but suitable for anyone to chat with groups of people.Discord Integrations
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Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is one of the best scalable, high-speed, web- based cloud storage service available today. Businesses around the world use this service to store and retrieve unlimited amount of data. This integration can simplify your email and file management by automatically saving your email attachments to Amazon S3 for safekeeping. Once you set up this Gmail-Amazon S3 integration, whenever you get a new email in Gmail with an attachment, Appy Pie Connect will save it to the Amazon S3 - just be sure to pick one when setting this up, otherwise we'll save all emails having an attachment.
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Do you want to keep your Discord channel members updated on every new email in Gmail? This Appy Pie Connect integration can automate the entire process for you. Once this integration is up and running, Appy Pie Connect will automatically send the new emails you receive on Gmail as a Discord channel message. This integration will help you keep all your channel members on the same page and prevent miscommunication or issues with collaboration.
Note: To use this integration you must have a Business Gmail account.
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Triggers when you add or update a file in a specific bucket. (The bucket must contain less than 10,000 total files.)
Triggers when a new message is posted to a specific text channel.
Create a new Bucket
Creates a brand new text file from plain text content you specify.
Copy an already-existing file or attachment from the trigger service.
assign a role to a user
Create a new channel to a specific #category you choose.
Remove a chosen role from the specified user.
Rename a channel to a specific name you choose.
Post a new message to a specific #channel you choose.
Amazon S3 is a web service developed by Amazon.com. It provides an online storage web service for the public to store any type of data available to be uploaded. S3 stands for Simple Storage Service.A cloud storage system consists of many servers to store the data. This data can be accessed by anyone from anywhere in the world where there is an internet connection.In 2007, Amazon had a big idea. What if you could store digital storage on a remote server and just connect to it whenever you want to access your files? This was a revolutionary concept at the time and according to Forbes, Amazon's S3 is one of the most powerful cloud services ever made.Henceforth, Amazon S3 has been playing a vital role in many businesses and services.Discord is a free voice and text chat application designed for gamers. It is used to communicate with other players while playing a game together. It is mainly used for group chats in different games to discuss strategies or tactics remotely. It can also be used to communicate with other players during a game if they are not on the same team or server. Discord can also be used for online entertainment purposes such as listening to music, watching clips, or playing video games with friends. Users can create their own servers using Discord which people can join via invitation link or IP address.Discord was created in 2015 by Jason Citron with the help of his wife Eros Resmini. The platform gained popularity and was officially launched on May 16, 2015. According to Discord Inc., as of February 2017, Discord has 90 million users.Discord is a powerful tool which provides excellent internet services. With this platform, people are able to stay connected to their friends through voice chats while playing a game. It also allows users to download applications and games directly from Discord itself. People are also able to use Discord as an internet radio station by streaming music from various websites such as Spotify and Soundcloud.Discord is a great software which has reached millions around the globe. Many people are using Discord everyday to communicate and stay connected with their friends through voice chats while playing a game. Others use the Discord software to download applications and games directly from Discord itself. Many people are also using Discord as an internet radio station by streaming music from various websites such as Spotify and Soundcloud. It may not be as popular as giants such as Facebook Messenger and Skype but it certainly has the potential to do so in time to come.Moreover, companies can accelerate their business growth by utilizing the powerful integration of Amazon S3 and Discord together.
Amazon S3 and Discord can be integrated together to help accelerate businesses growth exponentially. This will help further enhance the communication between team members which will ultimately lead to improved productivity and efficiency of work done by employees.
1. Uploading Files and Folders Using Amazon S3Amazon S3 will allow users to upload files and folders via the Amazon S3 Console using either the AWS Management Console or the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI. The following steps will provide instructions on how these two methods can be implemented:
1a. Uploading Files via AWS Management Console (Steps 1-2)
1b2. Uploading Folders via AWS Management Console (Steps 3-4)
1b1. Step 1. Setting Up Amazon S3 BucketFirstly, you need to set up your Amazon S3 bucket. You can do this by signing up at https://aws.amazon.com/s3 . Then you must visit https://console.aws.amazon.com/s3/#ListBuckets , select the name of your bucket, and click Properties button at the top right corner of the page. (Image 1)Figure 1. Listing Buckets in Amazon S3 Console Image 2 shows that you need to click Lifecycle in the left column then choose Edit bucket lifecycle in the drop down menu to start configuring bucket lifecycle settings . Image 2. Setting up Bucket Lifecycle Settings By default, when you set up your bucket, it will have a Default prefix before it's name but you can change this prefix if you wish by checking the box next to Prefix if you want a custom prefix . Click Next Step to continue after making changes to your prefix setting . (Image 3. Figure 2. Modifying Prefix Settings The next step is choosing what happens to objects that exist in your bucket when they become obsolete . You should choose Delete if you don't want your objects stored anymore once they become obsolete . If you choose Delete copy instead , it will copy all the obsolete objects into another separate bucket before removing them from the original bucket . Click Next Step after making your selection . (Image 4. Figure 3. Determining Objects' Expiration Date The next step is deciding what happens at the end of your bucket's useful life . You should choose Delete if you want all of your objects deleted automatically at the end of your bucket's useful life . You should choose Put object in cold storage if you want Amazon Glacier to put all of your objects into cold storage at the end of your bucket's useful life . If you want Amazon Glacier to delete old versions of your objects automatically at the end of your bucket's useful life , then you should choose Delete old versions when object expires . Click Next Step after making your selection . (Image 5. Figure 4. Modifying Bucket Expiration Settings The next step is deciding how many versions of your objects Amazon Glacier keeps . You should choose Keep every version for each object unless you want certain objects deleted forever after a certain period of time passes since its creation . If you don't want certain objects deleted forever after a certain period of time passes since its creation , then you should choose Keep only latest version of each object . Click Next Step after making your selection . (Image 6. Figure 5. Determining Object Version Retention Period The next step is choosing how long Amazon Glacier stores your files before they expire . You should choose Forever unless you want expired objects removed after a certain period of time passes since they were created . If you don't want expired objects removed after a certain period of time passes since they were created , then you should choose Pause at end of month . Click Next Step after making your selection . (Image 7. Figure 6. Configuring Object Expiration Period The final step will ask whether you want to create new policies, target specific objects , or skip this step . If you choose Create new policies , then you will be able to make additional rules that apply to all objects in this bucket . If you choose Target specific objects , then you will add individual rules that apply only to certain objects in this bucket . If you choose Skip this step , then Amazon S3 will create both new policies and targeted rules automatically for all objects in this bucket without asking any further questions . Click Next Step after making your selection . (Image 8. Figure 7. Selecting Objects' Rules After filling out all of these settings , click Save button at the bottom right corner of the page . You will see a confirmation message that says Your settings have been saved successfully . (Image 9. Figure 8. Confirming Changes Made After clicking OK button , it will take you back to List Bucket page which now displays your newly created lifecycle rules for your bucket . (Image 10. Figure 9. Listing Lifecycle Rules for Your Bucket 1a2. Step 2. Uploading Files via AWS CLIAfter setting up your Amazon S3 bucket, you can start uploading files via AWS CLI command line interface . To do this, simply run aws s3 sync command from any directory containing files/folders which you wish to upload into your bucket . For example, let's say that we have three folders named FolderA , FolderB , and FolderC within my_files directory residing inside my_folder directory located inside my_computer folder . In order to upload all three folders into my_s3bucket bucket located inside my_aws_account account, we can execute aws s3 sync command like so. aws s3 sync my_folder/my_files/my_computer/my_s3bucket Note that we have added /my_s3bucket at the end of my_folder path so that AWS CLI knows where to upload our files into our bucket located in my_aws_account account . Otherwise, it will only upload our files into my_folder directory under my_computer folder which is not under our specified my_s3bucket bucket located inside my_aws_account account . After executing above aws s3 sync command, all three folders named FolderA , FolderB , and FolderC within my_files directory residing inside my_folder directory located inside my_computer folder will be uploaded into my_s3bucket bucket under my_aws_account
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