A company providing document analytics services wishes to optimise their S3 usage costs. Document analysis older than 14 days can be archived, and the original documents are not needed after 28 days.
Which of the following is true?
All storage classes including Intelligent tiering, require objects to be stored in a previous class for at least 30 days:
“The S3 Intelligent-Tiering storage class stores objects in two access tiers: one tier that is optimized for frequent access and another lower-cost tier that is optimized for infrequently accessed data. For a small monthly monitoring and automation fee per object, Amazon S3 monitors access patterns of the objects in the S3 Intelligent-Tiering storage class and moves objects that have not been accessed for 30 consecutive days to the infrequent access tier.”
“Before you transition objects from the S3 Standard or S3 Standard-IA storages classes to S3 Standard-IA or S3 One Zone-IA, you must store them at least 30 days in the S3 Standard storage class. For example, you cannot create a Lifecycle rule to transition objects to the S3 Standard-IA storage class one day after you create them. Amazon S3 doesn’t transition objects within the first 30 days because newer objects are often accessed more frequently or deleted sooner than is suitable for S3 Standard-IA or S3 One Zone-IA storage.”
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