How to use Amazon S3 Object Lock | Amazon Web Services

Published on 12 May 2023, 16:00
With Amazon S3 Object Lock, you can store objects using a write-once-read-many (WORM) model. S3 Object Lock can help prevent objects from being deleted or overwritten for a fixed amount of time or indefinitely. You can use S3 Object Lock to help meet regulatory requirements that require WORM storage, or to simply add another layer of protection against object changes and deletion. In this video, get a demonstration of the different ways you can manage object retention using S3 Object Lock.

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