Amazon CloudFront has a simple Web services interface that lets you get started in minutes. In Amazon CloudFront, your objects are organized into distributions. A distribution specifies the location of the original version of your objects. A distribution has a unique CloudFront.net domain name that you can use to reference your objects through the network of edge locations. If you wish, you can also map your own domain name (e.g., images.example.com) to your distribution. You can create distributions to either download your content using the HTTP or HTTPS protocols, or stream your content using the RTMP protocol.
Amazon CloudFront employs a network of edge locations that cache copies of popular files close to users on the Internet. CloudFront ensures that end-user requests are served by the closest edge location. As a result, requests travel shorter distances to request objects, improving performance.
To use Amazon CloudFront, you:
Other Tools for Moving Content to S3
There are many tools for loading your static content into S3. For computers running the free Firefox browser (Windows, Mac )S X, and Linux), perhaps the easiest is a free Firefox add-in called S3Fox. The AWS Management Console also includes support for Amazon S3. It runs in any browser.
Using Amazon S3 with Firefox S3Fox
S3 Access Credentials.
Launching the S3 Organizer.
Launch S3Fox Organizer
Entering S3 Credentials into the S3Fox Organizer.
Get Connected, Create First Bucket
Once you’ve entered the correct information, you’ll be brought to your account which is blank, by default
S3Fox Organizer Main Screen.
On the left side of S3Fox Organizer will be your local machine folders, and the Amazon S3 “buckets” will be on the right.
Right-click Create Directory Anything created on the root level will be buckets. All files and folders will be stored/organized under buckets.
Create Directory in an S3 Bucket.
Create Folders, Upload Static Content
Double-click in your bucket and create a folder. Inside the folder, upload your content by dragging from the right-hand pane. By default, anything uploaded to your Amazon S3 account will not be accessible by public.
A Pro Version is also available and it adds additional features, including compression, security, search, and FTP support.
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