Working with One Zone Infrequent Access Storage Class (ONEZONE_IA)
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One Zone-Infrequent Access Access Storage Class

One Zone-Infrequent Access Storage Class Overview

Amazon S3 team introduced the new low-cost storage class for re-creatable data, such as secondary copies of your backups or for data that is already replicated in another AWS Region for compliance or disaster recovery purposes.

The new S3 One Zone-Infrequent Access (ONEZONE_IA) storage class offers the same high durability (99.999999999%), low latency, and high throughput of S3 Standard or Standard-IA and inherits all of the existing S3 features including security and access management, data lifecycle policies, cross-region replication, and event notifications.

With S3 One Zone-IA, you can store infrequently accessed data within a single Availability Zone at 20% lower cost than S3 Standard-IA.

You can find more details in the official AWS blog. Below we will describe how to take advantage of this new storage class with S3 Browser.


To apply One Zone-IA storage class for existing files

1. Start S3 Browser and select the file(s) and/or folder(s) you want to change storage class for.

2. Click Files, Change Storage Class to, ONEZONE_IA

Click files, change-storage-class-to

How to apply One Zone-IA storage class for already uploaded files

3. S3 Browser will update storage class for selected files and refresh files list.


To apply One Zone-IA storage class for an entire Bucket

1. Start S3 Browser and select the bucket you want to change storage class for.

2. Click Buckets, Change Storage Class to, ONEZONE_IA

Click buckets, change-storage-class-to menu item

How to apply One Zone-IA storage class for an entire bucket

3. S3 Browser will apply selected storage class for all files inside the bucket.

If your Amazon S3 Bucket contains a lot of files, this operation may take a while. You can significantly increase performance with S3 Browser Pro. It allows you to increase the number of concurrent working threads and thereby process your files much more faster!


Automatic transition to One Zone-IA storage class

You can configure automatic transition to One Zone-IA storage class via Lifecycle Rules, please check the steps below for detailed instructions.

1. Start S3 Browser and select the bucket you want to configure lifecycle rules for

2. Click Buckets, Lifecycle Configuration

Click Buckets->Lifecycle Configuration

Select the bucket and click Buckets, Lifecycle Configuration.. Or use the CTRL+I keyboard shortcut.

Bucket Lifecycle Rules dialog will open:

Buckets-lifecycle-configuration dialog

Bucket Lifecycle Configuration dialog

Click the Add button, New lifecycle Rule dialog will open:

Add New Lifecycle Rule Dialog

Transition to One Zone-IA storage class via lifecycle rules

3. Specify the Prefix - choose the folder if you would like to configure transition to One Zone-IA for the particular folder or leave this field empty to apply One Zone-IA storage class for entire bucket.

4. Switch to Transition/Expiration actions:

Add New Lifecycle Rule - Transition/Expiration actions

Add New Lifecycle Rule dialog - Transition/Expiration actions

5. Add new transition to ONEZONE_IA storage class.

6. Click Add new rule to add new rule into the list and Save to apply changes.


To automatically apply One Zone-IA after uploading

You may configure S3 Browser to automatically apply One Zone-IA storage class for files during uploading. This can be configured via Default Http Headers.

1. Click Tools, Default Http Headers

tools-default-http-headers

Click Tools, Default Http Headers

2. Default Http Headers dialog will open

default-http-headers-dialog

Default HTTP Headers dialog.

3. Click the Add button, Add new Default Http Header dialog will open:

add-default-http-header

Add new Default Http Header dialog

4. Specify the Bucket and optional Path and the following header name and value:

Header name: - x-amz-storage-class

Header value: - ONEZONE_IA

5. Click Add new header to add new header.

6. Click Save changes

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