How to create a s3 pre-signed URLs which expires in 10 minutes?

by XDK 3. October 2019 21:48

Explanation:

Following is the AWS CLI command

aws s3 presign <bucket URL> --expires-in <duration in seconds> --region <location name>

Example:

aws configure set default.s3.signature_version s3v4
aws s3 presign s3://xdk-bucket/xdkimage.jpg --expires-in 600 --region eu-east-1

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Amazon Web Service | S3

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