Allocate Elastic IP AddressAssociate/Disassociate Elastic IP AddressAssociate/Disassociate Route TableAttach/Detach Internet Gateway to VPCAttach/Detach Network InterfaceAttach/Detach EBS volume to instanceAdd rule to security groupCreate/Delete Security GroupCreate InstanceCreate/Delete Internet GatewayCreate Network ACL in a VPCCreate/Delete Network ACL EntryCreate/Delete Network InterfaceCreate/Delete RouteCreate Route TableCreate SubnetCreate/Delete EBS VolumeCreate/Delete VPCAllocate and Associate VPC AddressDelete Network ACLDescribe AddressesModify Attribute of InstanceRelease Elastic IP AddressReplace Network ACL AssociationReplace RouteReplace Route Table AssociationRemove rule from security groupStart/Stop InstanceTerminate Instance
I have submitted a new enhancement request for this:
If you like the idea, please vote for it.
We have the same requirement so I have voted for the idea.!
Is it possible to send files using the REST API ?
If memory serves well, can't curl be used to upload data into S3 buckets?
We have a dedicated server with AWS Api installed and configured.
For a backup workflow, we run a JOBS on it who call the following command line
aws s3 cp /opt/Automic/Backup_Files/&$CLIENT#/backup_file_&DATE#.tar.gz s3://&BUCKET#/automic/XML/&$CLIENT#/backup_file_&DATE#.tar.gz
the AWS location is in Ireland
this is work well
PS: sorry for my english...
I used the RA REST WebService version 4.4.2 to upload files to Amazon S3. But I haven't managed to get the download working. I always get a response type null and the job fails on processing the empty response. Full tracing doesn't reveal anything helpful. Download from Google Drive for example is working. Do you have any up-to-date experience?
Update: Meanwhile I have realized that the connection in the customer installation is not directly with Amazon S3 but via another web service.
Downloading binaries like exe or pdf directly from Amazon S3 produces corrupt files.
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