Use cloud storage for models and training data
Open the Amazon S3 Console Amazon S3
S3 console appears as
The window contains buckets available and their information.
An s3 bucket can be created using Create bucket option.
Name the bucket. An S3 bucket name should be unique in each region.
The bucket name should be
Start with a lowercase letter or number.
For more information, see Rules for S3 bucket naming.
S3 bucket resides in the selected region. Here, the Frankfurt (EU (Frankfurt) eu-central-1) region is selected since SageMaker notebook instance can only access the S3 buckets in the same region. So select the region accordingly.
Here, no other bucket configuration is chosen.
Block public access
It is better to block public access to an S3 bucket unless it is created for public use. By blocking the public access only the user has access to the bucket data. S3 ACL permissions
Bucket versioning, tag, and encryption (optional)
Use the default settings.
Object lock can be enabled only when you create a new bucket. Once enabled, it cannot be disabled.
For more information, see Object lock - S3 bucket
Finally, Create Bucket.
The newly created bucket appears in the Amazon S3.
Clicking the bucket name in the Amazon S3 window (Amazon S3 → your bucket name) provides an overview of the bucket. Creation of new folder, deletion of files and modifications of files are performed here.
To upload files to S3 bucket either use the Upload icon or drag the files to S3 bucket. A new window appears. If the file has been dragged to the S3 bucket, the file name will be visible in the window. Else,
Add files/folder → select the files/folder
The next step is the versioning of the object. The objects will be overwritten with disabled Bucket Versioning. Object versioning in S3 bucket
Then select the storage class. Here, the option Standard is selected. How to select the storage class
All the following options are left unchanged.
Now click the Upload button.
The upload status appears as follows,
Click Exit, once the upload is finished.
The properties of the file, modifications, and other corresponding operations that can be applied are obtained from the Actions Menu. Select the file, then click on Actions.