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Railo 3 Beginner’s Guide by Mark Drew

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Time for action - using Amazon's Simple Storage Service (S3)

In our previous example, we used the RAM to store code we wanted to run. This works well for one server. But let's imagine we have a cluster of servers, all doing the same thing, and instead of having each server hold a copy of the same thing, we would like all of them to access these blog posts that we are rendering. All the servers would need is to have access to the same filesystem. This is where we can use an S3 bucket. An S3 bucket is a "folder" that you can assign specific settings to in the AWS (Amazon Web Services) system. Let's go and create a bucket where we are going to now store our blog posts.

Browse to https://console.aws.amazon.com/s3/home and log in. This is where all ...

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