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Data Integration Service and Amazon S3 Integration

Data Integration Service and Amazon S3 Integration

The Data Integration Service uses the Amazon S3 connection to connect to Amazon S3.

Reading Amazon S3 Data

The following image shows how Informatica connects to Amazon S3 to read data:
Image shows how Informatica connects to Amazon S3 to read data:
When you run the Amazon S3 session, the Data Integration Service reads data from Amazon S3 based on the workflow and Amazon S3 connection configuration. The Data Integration Service connects and reads data from Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) through a TCP/IP network. The Data Integration Service then stores data in a staging directory on the Data Integration Service host. Amazon S3 is a storage service in which you can copy data from source and simultaneously move data to any target. The Data Integration Service issues a copy command that copies data from Amazon S3 to the target.

Writing Amazon S3 Data

The following image shows how Informatica connects to Amazon S3 to write data:
When you run the Amazon S3 session, the Data Integration Service writes data to Amazon S3 based on the workflow and Amazon S3 connection configuration. The Data Integration Service stores data in a staging directory on the Data Integration Service host. The Data Integration Service then connects and writes data to Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) through a TCP/IP network. Amazon S3 is a storage service in which you can copy data from source and simultaneously move data to Amazon S3 clusters. The Data Integration Service issues a copy command that copies data from Amazon S3 to the Amazon S3 target table.