When I first started my cloud computing career, I thought I was going to use Google Drive for everything.
But I learned a lot about cloud computing while there, and one thing I did learn was how important it is to setup a dedicated server to hold your data.
I had never done it before, but I’ve since learned it’s essential for the right system to work.
Let’s dive into how to setup and manage a server to store all your files and data.
We’ll be using an Amazon S3 bucket for our purposes.
If you don’t have an Amazon Cloudfront account, sign up for one here.
This is the easiest way to get started, as it’s free and easy to do.
To create a new account, you can do the following: Create a new Amazon S 3 bucket.
Click “Create Bucket”.
Create a S3 key.
This will be your private key, which will be used to access your data on your S3.
Click the Create button.
You can also create an S3 account at this link.
Click on the green “Add New Bucket” button to create your bucket.
To add new buckets, simply select the one you want and click “Add”.
On the left hand side, select the bucket you want to add, and then click the “Add Key” button.
To select a key, click the green “+” icon at the bottom of the page.
After you’ve added your bucket, click “Manage Bucket”.
From the Manage bucket menu, click on the blue “Add Bucket” option to add your bucket to your bucket list.
You’ll be prompted to add the bucket to the bucket list, then enter the name of your bucket in the search field.
Once the bucket is added, it will show up as a bucket on the top bar of your S 3 dashboard.
To delete a bucket, just click the red “Delete Bucket” link.
If you want more detail about your bucket setup, check out our Cloudy article.