First, you'll need to configure AWS to work with Internal. Then, enter the following information to connect S3 to Internal:
- Name: Give your data source a name for use within Internal.
- Access Key ID:Enter this in for the IAM user you created for Internal.
- Secret Access Key: Enter this in for the IAM user you created for Internal.
- Region: Your AWS region code - see here.
To connect with Internal, your data source must be publicly accessible, with SSL encryption enabled, and configured to accept connections from Internal’s IP addresses.
S3 Uploads have a size limit of ~10MB.
When you connect DynamoDB to Internal, we'll generate the following automatically:
- A list function for each S3 bucket.
Internal currently supports filtering and sorting on the key. Note that only the "=" operator is supported.
To enable uploading files to specific S3 buckets, use the S3 Uploader component.
If you have images stored in S3 and you would like to display these images in Internal, use the Image component.
Updated 5 months ago