Hosting files and downloads with Amazon S3 is easy as pie

Get your delicious Mule downloads from S3.

This weekend we moved our Mule Enterprise distribution to Amazon's S3 service and so far it's been pretty fantastic. A couple of simple calls not only allow for a file to have download permissions but also allow for time-bombed URLs if you need them.

Add to that the fact that the bandwidth is blazingly fast (shockingly fast, I dare say) and the move to the S3 cloud is a huge win--and a major market disruptor.

Despite having blogged about Amazon's EC2 and S3 before, I didn't understand the full impact until now. Kudos to Amazon.

I have been working like a dog for the last few weeks and more often then not I am finding technology to be annoying. Stuff like this renews my faith.

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