As per our prior blog post, we added support for users who use Amazon S3 with their own keys to be able convert Amazon S3 buckets and files to Amazons new Reduced Redundancy Storage, which can results in some big savings from a cost perspective.
Since then, we’ve had lots of our individual professional and business users want two extra things:
1. The ability to convert individual files
2. The ability to visually see which files are RRS S3 files.
In the last revision of our platform which was upgraded last night we added both these features. If you add files to the Cloud Clipboard, you can now choose to have these processed as RRS files. This is done from My Account->Providers->Amazon S3-Settings.
Once converted the files look different from normal Amazon S3 files which have the Amazon logo as they have a small red identifier in the bottom left corner to mark them out as RRS files. You can of course choose to convert individual files or buckets back from RRS to S3 any time you wishby
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