Simple Python script for AWS S3 file upload.
- boto3 (pip install boto3)
Run the Script:
- Specify both ACCESS_KEY and SECRET_KEY. You can get them both on your AWS account in “My Security Credentials” section.
- Specify the local file name, bucket name and the name that you want the file to have inside s3 bucket using LOCAL_FILE, BUCKET_NAME and S3_FILE_NAME variables.
- Run “python main.py”
Code language: PHP (php)
import boto3 from botocore.exceptions import NoCredentialsError ACCESS_KEY = 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX' SECRET_KEY = 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX' LOCAL_FILE = 'local_file_name' BUCKET_NAME = 'bucket_name' S3_FILE_NAME = 'file_name_on_s3' def upload_to_s3(local_file, bucket, s3_file): ## This function is responsible for uploading the file into the S3 bucket using the specified credentials. s3 = boto3.client('s3', aws_access_key_id=ACCESS_KEY, aws_secret_access_key=SECRET_KEY) try: s3.upload_file(local_file, bucket, s3_file) print("Upload Successful") return True except FileNotFoundError: print("The file was not found") return False except NoCredentialsError: print("Credentials not available") return False result = upload_to_s3(LOCAL_FILE, BUCKET_NAME, S3_FILE_NAME)