How to upload an object on AWS S3 Bucket?

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Now, Let’s start

Step1: Navigate to the bucket

  • Amazon S3 > Buckets
  • Click on the Bucket name.


Step2: Upload

  • Click on Upload


  • It’ll redirect to the upload page.
  • Now you can select either files or folders.
  • You also drag & drop the files or folders.


  • Click on Add files
  • Select file from your local system.
  • Scroll down the page and click on Upload


  • Depending on the files size it will take some time to upload the files and once done, you will see success message.


  • Click Close to go back to the objects list

You have successfully uploaded your first object on the S3 Bucket.

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