More Amazon S3 cmdlets and PowerPack

Folks at CloudBerry Lab have just updated their PowerShell snapin for Amazon and posted a PowerPack at PowerGUI.org.

I have blogged about S3 cmdlets before, but it looks like in the past year CloudBerry Lab has been busy adding a lot more functionality! Some of the new cmdlets are strikingly cool.🙂

For example, Copy-CloudSyncFolders allows you to schedule synchronization between your local computer and S3.

Get-CloudUrl generates temporary protected URLs for both Amazon S3 and CloudFront. I can imagine using this cmdlet to bulk-produce temporary links for your website or set of resources.

You can find full info about the snapin here.

But wait, there is more! They have also created a PowerPack for PowerGUI!

Looks like so far the PowerPack is mostly limited to browsing S3 but you can obviously use CloudBerry’s cmdlets to add more actions or submit your feedback/requests by posting comments to the PowerPack’s page.

Read more about the PowerPack here, download it here.

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