Our Amazon S3 Connector sends Collector data to your configured S3 bucket. In order to take advantage of this Connector you will need the following information:
Configuration Name - name for your Connector
Access Key - credentials for an IAM role/user with access to the S3 bucket
Bucket Name - name of the S3 bucket
Object Name Structure - the directory path. For example,
your_object_path/$year/$month/$daywill result in a nested directory structure. The default is
Region - region of your S3 bucket
Secret Key - token that allows our service to access your S3 bucket
Output Format - JSON Array or JSON Line
Sampling Rate - select the percentage of sessions that you would like to have delivered to your Connector destination.
When generating the Access Key and Secret Key for the user/role that will be granted access to your S3 Bucket, it’s mandatory that it has the
s3:PutObject permission. You may optionally add the
During configuration our Connector setup writes a temporary file to confirm S3 access then deletes it (if it has that permission). You will see a message that setup was successful. If not, please review the IAM role/user access permissions and ensure they have appropriate access.