The Amazon S3 connector in DryvIQ allows you to analyze, migrate, copy, and synchronize files between your Amazon S3 account and cloud storage repositories and on-premise network file shares. The first step is to create the connection by providing the connection information required for DryvIQ to connect to the platform. The connector can be created using any account with permissions to access the content.
Create Connection | DryvIQ Application User Interface
Select Connections > Add connection.
Select Amazon S3 as the platform on the Add connection modal.
Enter the connection information. Reference the table below for details about each field.
Test the connection to ensure DryvIQ can connect using the information entered.
You will see a "Connection test succeeded" message on the Add connection modal when DryvIQ establishes connection. (If you don't see this message, verify the information you entered.)
Select Done to finish creating the connection.
Add connection modal - Amazon S3
Enter the display name for the connection. If you will be creating multiple connections, ensure the name readily identifies the connection. The name displays in the application, and you can use it to search for the connection and filter lists.
If you do not add a display name, the connection will automatically be named, “Amazon S3.” DryvIQ recommends you enter a name that more readily identifies the connection, especially if you will be creating multiple connections.
Enter the access key ID required to access the account.
Enter the secret key required to access the account.
Select the AWS region assigned to the account (if applicable).
If you have a custom Amazon S3 implementation, enter the service URL that needs to be used. You must enter the full URL including https:// at the the beginning. The URL will override the Region value.
Use Server-Side Encryption
Select if the account uses server side encryption.
Select the storage class: Standard, Standard-Infrequent Access, Reduced Frequency, or Glacier.
Features and Limitations
Platforms all have unique features and limitations. DryvIQ’s transfer engine manages these differences between platforms and allows you to configure actions based on Job Policies and Behaviors. The information below is platform specific. Use the Platform Comparison tool to see how your integration platforms may interact regarding features and limitations.