Amazon S3 + Patreon Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Amazon S3 and Patreon

About Amazon S3

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.

About Patreon

Patreon is a membership platform that helps artists & creators have a direct relationship with their biggest fans, get recurring revenue for their work, and create works on their own terms.

Patreon Integrations
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Best Amazon S3 and Patreon Integrations

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    Gmail + Amazon S3

    Upload Files in Amazon S3 from new emails on Gmail [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
    When this happens...
    Amazon S3 New Email
    Then do this...
    Amazon S3 Upload File

    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.

    How It Works
    • A new email with attachment is received on Gmail
    • Appy Pie Connect automatically saves it to Amazon S3.
    What You Need
    • A Gmail account
    • A Amazon S3 account
  • Amazon S3 Amazon S3

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Connect Amazon S3 + Patreon in easier way

It's easy to connect Amazon S3 + Patreon without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

  • New or Updated File

    Triggers when you add or update a file in a specific bucket. (The bucket must contain less than 10,000 total files.)

  • New Member

    Triggers when a new member is created, either by pledging or by following a campaign.

  • New Pledge

    Triggers when a new pledge is received on a campaign.

  • Create Bucket

    Create a new Bucket

  • Create Text Object

    Creates a brand new text file from plain text content you specify.

  • Upload File

    Copy an already-existing file or attachment from the trigger service.

How Amazon S3 & Patreon Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon S3 as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate Amazon S3 with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Patreon as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Patreon with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Amazon S3 and Patreon

Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service. is a "simple storage web service offered by Amazon Web Services. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers".

    What is Amazon S3?

Amazon S3 offers 5 types of storage classes:Standard StorageOptimized StorageGlacier StorageFrequent Access StorageOne Zone-Infrequent Access StorageAccording to the official website. "Amazon S3 storage is durable, highly available, secure, and cheap. The cost of storing 1TB in Amazon S3 is about $0.022 per month in the US East (Northern Virginia. Region."Each year, Amazon S3 will provide you 2,000,000 GB-Hours of free data transfer. However, if you use more than this amount of data transfer, you will be charged $0.15 per GB-hour of data transferred.Basic Concepts of Amazon S3Storage Classes. Amazon S3 provides five different types of storage classes. 1. Standard Storage 2. Reduced Redundancy Storage 3. Glacier Storage 4. One Zone - Infrequent Access Storage 5. Multi-Zone - Infrequent Access StorageBuckets. A bucket is a logical container that holds objects. Each Amazon S3 account can contain an unlimited number of buckets. You can use a bucket to organize and store your objects within your account.Objects. An object is a basic unit of storage on Amazon S3. Objects can contain any amount of data, including binary or text files, or even other objects! An object has a key and an optional set of metadata associated with it. The key is used to retrieve the object from Amazon S3 at a later time. The metadata is information that you can assign to an object that can be retrieved at any time. You can set permissions on objects so that only authorized users have access to them.Bucket Policies. Bucket policies let you control access permissions for your Amazon S3 resources and the actions they can take on them. You can create policies to grant access permissions to specific users and groups, such as read, write, or list objects in a bucket. You can also grant permissions for specific actions on objects, such as copying or deleting objects in a bucket.Bucket Versioning. You can choose to enable versioning on your Amazon S3 buckets. When you enable versioning, every object in that bucket has a version ID assigned to it. You can decide how many previous versions of an object you want to keep and how long you want to keep them before you delete them permanently. Versioning is useful when you need to retrieve older versions of objects in your bucket for compliance purposes or for performing application rollbacks.IRIs (I ntegrated R esource I dentifier. The IRI lets you store objects using the same domain name as your website instead of using the AWS domain name or using a bucket name that combines your AWS account ID and the region name (for example, abc123456789012.s3.amazonaws.com. The IRI is automatically created if you declare your website's hostname as www.<your-website-hostname>.com . You must associate your IRI with your AWS account in order to start using it to store objects in Amazon S3. CORS (C reate- O bjects R emoving I teration D ues. CORS allows you to specify which domains are allowed to POST content to your Amazon S3 bucket. For example, if you are hosting your website on one domain (www.example1.com. but storing your images on another domain (images.example2.com), then CORS lets you configure your IAM policy so that images.example2.com can only add new content (but not delete or modify existing content. This way, images.example2.com cannot change the content of your website without explicit authorization from you. ACL ( A ccess C ontrol L ist. An Access Control List (ACL. defines who has access to an object in Amazon S3 and what they are allowed to do with it (such as list, get, put, or delete the object. Each object in Amazon S3 has an ACL attached to it which can be modified by adding or removing users from the ACL or modifying their access levels (read/write/delete. Requester Pays Model. In this model, the requester (the person making the request. pays for all requests made against the service regardless of whether they succeed or fail. For example, when a user uploads an image to an Amazon S3 bucket, the user isn't charged unless their upload fails due to failures in their network connection and they retry again or request support from AWS Support or a partner organization like Digital Ocean or Linode. If the upload succeeds, then the user isn't charged for any requests made against their bucket until they try to download from their bucket (by running an API call like GET Bucket/List Objects , for example.Access Control Lists. By default all new buckets in Amazon S3 have an ACL that allows everyone full access to the bucket contents and all sub-buckets under that bucket's path (for example, s3://bucket/path . To set access control lists for your bucket, run aws lambda add-permission . For more information about managing permissions in Amazon S3, see Using IAM Permissions with Amazon S3 in the Amazon Simple Storage Service Developer Guide . Content Delivery Network. A content delivery network (CDN. is a collection of servers distributed globally across many data centers with the purpose of delivering content faster and more reliably than directly from its source. CDNs commonly work by caching the content closer to where the requesting user is located (as determined by their IP address. CDNs typically use DNS tricks such as cloudfront._domainkey.example1.com and cachecontrol._domainkey.example1.com . These two keys represent two different DNS records associated with example1.com . One points towards Cloudfront while the other points towards Cachecontrol . A DNS server will return the IP address associated with each record based upon what type of record it is (A Record vs NS Record vs TXT Record vs MX Record vs CNAME Record and etc.. When Cloudfront receives a request from a client, it will check its cache first to see if it already has a copy of the requested resource stored locally in its servers before making a request back toward example1.com . If Cloudfront already has a copy of the requested resource stored locally in its servers, then Cloudfront will serve it up immediately instead of having to wait for example1.com to respond and send it over HTTP(S. back toward Cloudfront . This process saves time because Cloudfront doesn't have to wait for the resource to travel all the way back down to the requester's location before returning it back with a response .Cloudfront supports four different content delivery methods:Standard . The standard method simply caches objects on edge locations based upon their configured cache behavior . No invalidation events are automatically generated; therefore you must manually invalidate cache objects when they change by using either AWS Lambda @CachePut , @CacheDelete , or @DeleteMarker functions or AWS API Gateway Custom Authorizers .Cache Behavior . By default, new objects are cached based upon their configured cache behavior . You can change this behavior by updating cache behavior via an API call like PUT Bucket/Object , POST Object/CacheBehavior , or POST Bucket/CacheBehaviour . For more information about configuring cache behavior , see Configuring Cache Behavior at https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/dev/object-cache-behavior-overview.html#configuration-options . If you want Cloudfront to invalidate cache objects when they change instead of waiting for them to expire at their configured maximum age , then use either AWS Lambda @CachePut , @CacheDelete , or @DeleteMarker functions or AWS API Gateway Custom Authorizers .CloudFront Invalidation Events . You can trigger invalidation events based upon changes to the object's metadata , PutObject event , DeleteObject event , PutBucketPolicy event , GetBucketAcl event , GetBucketPolicy event , PutBucketTriggers event , AddMultipartUploadId event , AddTagsToResource event , PutObjectAcl event , AddEncryptionHeader event , CompleteMultipartUpload event , CreateGrant event , DeleteObjectAcl event , SetBucketLocation event , SetBucketWebsiteConfiguration event , RemoveTagsFromResource event , ReplaceKey event , ReceiveObject event event , UpdateBucketWebsiteConfiguration event , CreateBucketConfigurationId event , and PostCompleteMultipart

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