Amazon S3 is a simple web services interface that you can use to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web.
Similar to FTP/SFTP, it allows external tools and services to store and retrieve large amounts of data.
Using S3 is recommended for uploads of data to ODP on a scheduled basis from external systems. Common examples of recurring uploads include:
- Product Feeds
- Customer Updates
- List Subscriptions
- Consent Updates
- Go to Account Settings -> Administration -> Integrations.
- Select the AWS tile.
- Select Generate Access Keys.
Typically a developer will be required to setup recurring uploads of data to Amazon S3, as it is an automatic process. Common developer tools to perform uploads to S3 include:
- Cyberduck (Windows & Mac) - Marketer Friendly!
- AWS CLI (Windows, Mac & Linux)
- AWS SDKs (Java, Python, Node.js, PHP, etc.)
All clients are provided an S3 bucket for imports and another for exports. The URL structure of the bucket is as follows:
To locate your exact URL, go to Account Settings -> Integrations -> AWS and copy the URL path.
CSV imports via Amazon S3 must adhere to the file names and structure outlined in the CSV documentation.
Updated 3 months ago