Start Querying Amazon Presigned URLs with the HTTP Connector

Last updated Thu Aug 04 2022

Set yourself up for success with this Amazon S3 solution, which includes:

  • Method to get or upload Amazon S3 objects with presigned URLs
  • Straightforward steps to configure the Disk v2 connector
  • Simple directions for configuring the HTTP Client connectors


Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is an industry-leading data storage platform offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). Its main functionality is to provide scalable storage and management for business data. In this solution, presigned URLs are used with the HTTP Client connector to get or upload Amazon S3 objects.

All Amazon S3 objects and buckets are private by default. However, you can use a presigned URL to optionally share objects or allow your users to get or upload objects to buckets without AWS security credentials or permissions. This allows you too keep your data private and secure, and still have the capability to share relevant information with a few simple clicks.

The solution process consists of two branches. The first one uploads an object into an Amazon S3 bucket and the second one gets the uploaded object. This solution includes the steps to set up the Disk v2 connector in the first branch of the process, as well as the HTTP Client connectors. When fully configured, this process allows users to get or upload Amazon S3 objects with presigned URLs.

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