This documentation section focuses on developing against the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Simple Storage Service (S3). S3 is truly a simple service to interact with. You create S3 "buckets" which can contain zero or more "objects." Once you create a bucket, you can upload files or arbitrary data into the S3 bucket as an "object." You reference S3 objects, inside of a bucket, by the object's "key" (name).
|BucketName||The name of the AWS S3 bucket that you are operating on.|
|CannedACLName||The name of the built-in (pre-defined) Access Control List (ACL) that will be associated with the S3 bucket.|
|File||The name of a file on the local filesystem that will be uploaded to an AWS S3 Bucket.|