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Connect S3 & ElastiCache Redis

Integrating S3 into a ElastiCache Redis Workflow

ElastiCache for Redis is an AWS tool that helps you create, manage, and scale in-memory data stores. Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) is an AWS service that offers file storage through a web interface. With strongDM, you can send access and session logs from ElastiCache to targeted S3 buckets, providing you with secure, context-rich understanding of user activity.

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S3 🤝 ElastiCache Redis

To set up one-click access to S3 and start integrating it into your ElastiCache Redis workflow, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Setup Amazon Elasticache linked below.

To get started collecting access and session logs with S3 from ElastiCache Redis, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Setup Amazon Elasticache linked below. 

To get started connecting S3 and ElastiCache Redis, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Setup Amazon Elasticache linked below. 

Setup Amazon Elasticache
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AWS S3 documentation
S3 documentation
ElastiCache documentation
ElastiCache Redis documentation
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AWS S3

S3

strongDM makes S3 easy to use by giving users 1-click access the infrastructure without the need for passwords, SSH keys, or IP addresses.

S3 (or Amazon Simple Storage Service), is a scalable cloud storage infrastructure that allows users to store and retrieve data through a web services interface.

Amazon Elasticache

ElastiCache Redis

strongDM makes it easy to use ElastiCache Redis by giving users 1-click access to their data without the need for passwords, SSH keys, or IP addresses.

Amazon ElastiCache for Redis is a web service that allows users to deploy, manage, and scale in-memory data stores in the cloud.

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