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Integrating S3 into a Jupyter Workflow

Teams using Jupyter to collaborate need to access systems across the IT infrastructure. strongDM helps you monitor and track access to those systems by sending proxy audit logs to Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)—an object storage service that uses buckets to store, protect, and retrieve data.

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AWS S3: Integrating into a Jupyter workflow
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S3 🤝 Jupyter

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

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

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AWS S3 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.

Jupyter

Jupyter

The strongDM proxy fetches data from a variety of sources, so Jupyter users can collaborate on projects with no interruptions to workflow.

Jupyter Notebook is a tool built for collaboration. Teams use Jupyter to share live code, explanatory text, multimedia visualizations, and more within the context of a web page.

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