Add AWS S3 Storage


Welcome to the Morpheus Minute. Morpheus supports most cloud storage providers and local storage. It natively integrates with systems supporting Amazon’s S3 API, OpenStack Swift, or Rackspace’s CDN. Today we’re going to add AWS S3 storage and use it as our default backup and deployment archive target. Before we get started, you’ll need some information from your AWS account. First and foremost, you’ll need an access and secret key from AWS’s IAM console with access to S3. Then you’ll need a bucket name. To add a new storage provider, click infrastructure, then storage. Simply click Add Storage Provider. Give it a name, select the S3 provider type. Enter your Access Key, Secret key, and bucket name. If you want it to be the default backup and deployment archive target, select those as well. Then click save changes. That’s it! Thanks for watching this Morpheus Minute.

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