Changes Add support for access point arn filtering in S3 CW Request Metrics
Changes S3 Inventory now supports Bucket Key Status
Changes S3 Object Lambda is a new S3 feature that enables users to apply their own custom code to process the output of a standard S3 GET request by automatically invoking a Lambda function with a GET request
Changes Adding ID element to the CORSRule schema
Changes Bugfixing the s3 arn endpoint parser Add RequestPayer to GetObjectTagging and PutObjectTagging.
Changes S3 adds support for multiple-destination replication, option to sync replica modifications; S3 Bucket Keys to reduce cost of S3 SSE with AWS KMS
Changes S3 Intelligent-Tiering adds support for Archive and Deep Archive Access tiers; S3 Replication adds replication metrics and failure notifications, brings feature parity for delete marker replication
Changes Amazon S3 Object Ownership is a new S3 feature that enables bucket owners to automatically assume ownership of objects that are uploaded to their buckets by other AWS Accounts.
Changes Amazon S3 on Outposts expands object storage to on-premises AWS Outposts environments, enabling you to store and retrieve objects using S3 APIs and features. Support S3 on Outposts Access Point and Bucket ARNs
Changes Bucket owner verification feature added. This feature introduces the x-amz-expected-bucket-owner and x-amz-source-expected-bucket-owner headers.
Changes Add support for in-region CopyObject and UploadPartCopy through S3 Access Points
Changes This release introduces support for Amazon S3 Replication Time Control, a new feature of S3 Replication that provides a predictable replication time backed by a Service Level Agreement. S3 Replication Time Control helps customers meet compliance or business requirements for data replication, and provides visibility into the replication process with new Amazon CloudWatch Metrics.
Changes Added support for S3 Replication for existing objects. This release allows customers who have requested and been granted access to replicate existing S3 objects across buckets.
Changes S3 Inventory now supports a new field 'IntelligentTieringAccessTier' that reports the access tier (frequent or infrequent) of objects stored in Intelligent-Tiering storage class.
Changes Adding support in SelectObjectContent for scanning a portion of an object specified by a scan range.
Changes Add S3 x-amz-server-side-encryption-context support.
Changes This release updates the Amazon S3 PUT Bucket replication API to include a new optional field named token, which allows you to add a replication configuration to an S3 bucket that has Object Lock enabled.
Changes S3 Glacier Deep Archive provides secure, durable object storage class for long term data archival. This SDK release provides API support for this new storage class.
Changes S3 Inventory reports can now be generated in Parquet format by setting the Destination Format to be 'Parquet'.
Changes Four new Amazon S3 Glacier features help you reduce your storage costs by making it even easier to build archival applications using the Amazon S3 Glacier storage class. S3 Object Lock enables customers to apply Write Once Read Many (WORM) protection to objects in S3 in order to prevent object deletion for a customer-defined retention period. S3 Inventory now supports fields for reporting on S3 Object Lock. "ObjectLockRetainUntilDate", "ObjectLockMode", and "ObjectLockLegalHoldStatus" are now available as valid optional fields.
Changes The INTELLIGENT_TIERING storage class is designed to optimize storage costs by automatically moving data to the most cost effective storage access tier, without performance impact or operational overhead. This SDK release provides API support for this new storage class.
Changes Add support for new S3 Block Public Access bucket-level APIs. The new Block Public Access settings allow bucket owners to prevent public access to S3 data via bucket/object ACLs or bucket policies.
Changes S3 Cross Region Replication now allows customers to use S3 object tags to filter the scope of replication. By using S3 object tags, customers can identify individual objects for replication across AWS Regions for compliance and data protection. Cross Region Replication for S3 enables automatic and asynchronous replication of objects to another AWS Region, and with this release customers can replicate at a bucket level, prefix level or by using object tags.
Changes Parquet input format support added for the SelectObjectContent API
Changes S3 Select support for BZIP2 compressed input files
Changes Add AllowQuotedRecordDelimiter to Amazon S3 Select API. Please refer to https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/API/RESTObjectSELECTContent.html for usage details.
Changes Adds support for S3 Select.
Changes ONEZONE_IA storage class stores object data in only one Availability Zone at a lower price than STANDARD_IA. This SDK release provides API support for this new storage class.
Changes This release includes support for Glacier Select, a new feature that allows you to filter and analyze your Glacier storage class objects and store the results in a user-specified S3 location.
Changes Added ORC to the supported S3 Inventory formats.
Changes This releases adds support for 4 features: 1. Default encryption for S3 Bucket, 2. Encryption status in inventory and Encryption support for inventory. 3. Cross region replication of KMS-encrypted objects, and 4. ownership overwrite for CRR.
Changes API Update for S3: Adding Object Tagging Header to MultipartUpload Initialization
Changes Updates the AWS.S3 API to the latest version.
Changes Allow customers to specify different restore tiers when accessing their data.
Changes S3 API update with partNumber extension and a bug fix to address list-objects command failing when a bucket is marked with request-pays.