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Connect S3 & GitHub Issues

Integrating S3 into a GitHub Issues Workflow

Developers who use GitHub issues to manage software projects need to access resources across the entire IT stack. With strongDM, you can monitor that access by saving activity logs to Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3).

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AWS S3: Integrating into a GitHub Issues workflow
Use S3 with GitHub Issues
Use S3 and GitHub Issues
Use S3 with GitHub Issues
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Connect S3 + GitHub Issues

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S3 🤝 GitHub Issues

To set up one-click access to S3 and start integrating it into your GitHub Issues workflow, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Logging Tour linked below.

To get started collecting access and session logs with S3 from GitHub Issues, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Logging Tour linked below. 

To get started connecting S3 and GitHub Issues, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Logging Tour linked below. 

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GitHub Issues documentation
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S3 Logs

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.

Github Issues

GitHub Issues is a tracking system built into the GitHub repository. More than just a bug-tracking tool, it also allows collaborators to track ideas, tasks, and enhancements on any GitHub hosted project.

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