Amazon S3 Integrations

  • Copy files from a Dropbox folder to an Amazon S3 bucket

    Need an easy way to create files on Amazon S3? Using this Zap, you can create files in a Dropbox folder and have them automatically copied to an Amazon S3 bucket.

    How this works:

    1. Create a new file in a Dropbox folder.
    2. The file automatically gets copied to an S3 bucket. Pow!

    What You Need

    • A Dropbox account with a folder you'll use for this purpose
    • An S3 bucket to store the files
    • An AWS Access Key ID and AWS Secret Access Key corresponding to an AWS account with the appropriate permissions to create/update an object in the S3 bucket

    Got that? Then let's get started.

  • Copy New Google Drive Files to Amazon S3

    Wish you had an easy way to copy and backup your Google Drive files? This Google Drive Amazon S3 makes it simple to save all files or any file in a specific folder from Google Drive into Amazon S3.

    Note: Works for any new file in Google Drive once turned on.

    How It Works

    1. A new file is added to Google Drive or a specific Google Drive folder
    2. Zapier automatically copies that file to Amazon S3

    What You Need

    • Google Drive account
    • Amazon S3 account
  • Add new Brick FTP file uploads to Amazon S3

    Need your files on both Brick FTP and Amazon S3? We'll copy them over for you once you set up this Brick FTP Amazon S3 integration. It will then trigger with each new file uploaded to Brick FTP afterwards, adding it to Amazon S3 as well.

    How It Works

    1. A new file is uploaded to Brick FTP
    2. Zapier automatically adds a file on Amazon S3

    What You Need

    • Brick FTP account
    • Amazon S3 account
  • Save converted CloudConvert files to Amazon S3

    Have files that you want to take from one app to another while converting the file type at the same time? Look no further than one easy Zapier automation to take care of all of that for you!

    How It Works

    1. A conversion is completed on CloudConvert
    2. Zapier uploads the file to your specified S3 bucket

    What You Need

    • CloudConvert account
    • Amazon S3 account
  • Create Amazon SQS messages from new Amazon S3 buckets

    If your Amazon S3 buckets are bringing in data for Amazon SQS, you can use an automated connection between the two like Amazon S3 Amazon SQS integration one to save yourself some time moving it over. Once active, this Zap will create a new message on Amazon SQS for every new bucket created on Amazon S3, queuing your information up so you don't have to.

    How It Works

    1. A new Amazon S3 bucket is created
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new message on Amazon SQS

    What You Need

    • Amazon S3 account
    • Amazon SQS account
  • Save BitBucket changesets to Amazon S3

    Tracking a log of your BitBucket changesets can show you how much progress your team has made over time. This Zap will automatically save those BitBucket changesets to Amazon S3, so you'll always have a backlog.

    How It Works

    1. A new changeset is added to BitBucket
    2. Zapier copies that changeset to Amazon S3

    What You Need

    • A BitBucket account
    • An Amazon S3 account
  • Save new Ziggeo videos on Amazon S3 buckets

    Are you utilizing S3 buckets in a way that makes it easy for your service to operate and want to have all Ziggeo videos be sent right to Amazon S3 buckets? Using this Ziggeo-Amazon integration will allow you to easily send all of the incoming videos to your S3 bucket(s). Spend more time making valuable videos and less time managing them!

    How this Ziggeo-Amazon S3 integration works

    1. A new video is received/created in your Ziggeo account
    2. Zapier sets the name and sends the video to your S3 bucket.

    Apps involved

    • Ziggeo
    • Amazon S3
  • Copy new Spondyr documents to Amazon S3

    Need an easy way to make your Spondyr documents available from Amazon S3? Using this integration, your Spondyr documents will be copied to an Amazon S3 bucket. Now you'll have more time to spend on important work and less time doing boring data entry!

    How this Spondyr-Amazon S3 integration works

    1. A new merged document is created in Spondyr
    2. Zapier uploads the document to your Amazon S3 account

    Apps involved

    • Spondyr
    • Amazon S3
  • Upload PDF files created from PlatoForms submissions to an Amazon S3 Bucket

    After someone fills out your PlatoForm form, PlatoForms creates the filled out PDF files. This PlatoForms-Amazon S3 Zapier integration will upload the PDF files, form attached files, or signature image files to a bucket of Amazon S3. This makes it possible to integrate your own apps and PlatoForms in file system layer.

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Amazon S3 Integration Details
Premium

Launched on Zapier July 10, 2013

Zapier combines Triggers (like "New Bucket") and Actions (like "Create Bucket") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following Amazon S3 Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

Create Bucket

Create a new bucket.

Create Text Object

Creates a brand new text file from plain text content you specify.

Upload File

Copy an already-existing file or attachment from the trigger service.

New Bucket

Triggers when you add a new bucket.

New or Updated File

Triggers when you add or update a file in a specific bucket. (The bucket must contain less than 10,000 total files.)

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