6) What are the storage classes in Amazon S3?
S3 Standard for general-purpose storage of frequently accessed data
S3 Intelligent-Tiering for data with unknown or changing access patterns
S3 Standard-Infrequent Access (S3 Standard-IA)
S3 One Zone-Infrequent Access (S3 One Zone-IA) for long-lived
Amazon S3 Glacier (S3 Glacier) and Amazon S3 Glacier Deep Archive (S3 Glacier Deep Archive) for long-term archive and digital preservation
S3 Outposts for on-premises object storage to meet data residency needs
7) Will amazon access your data for any specific reason ?
Amazon will not access your data for any purpose outside of the Amazon S3 offering, except when required to do so by law.
8) How is data organized in Amazon S3 ?
S3 is a simple key-based object store. When you store data, you assign a unique object key that can later be used to retrieve the data. Keys can be any string, and they can be constructed to mimic hierarchical attributes.
9) How do I interface with Amazon S3?
S3 provides a simple, standards-based REST web services interface that is designed to work with any Internet-development toolkit.
10) What will happen if there is sudden hike in traffic of my application using S3?
No individual application is affected by traffic spikes.S3 is designed from the ground up to handle traffic for any Internet application. Pay-as-you-go pricing and unlimited capacity ensures that your incremental costs don’t change and that your service is not interrupted.