We now support syncing headerless delimited format files (CSV, TSV, log) for S3 connectors. We will create generic column names for CSV files without a header line. This feature is in beta and available to all customers. See the configuration options in our files documentation for details.
We now exclude S3 objects that have been archived to Glacier storage class from our data syncs. If you want us to sync these objects, restore them to standard storage.
You can now connect to public S3 buckets without needing an AWS account.
Our Amazon S3 connector can now sync Parquet files. We support Parquet format 2.4.0. This feature is in Beta.
We now require you to configure a Role ARN when you set up an Amazon S3 connector, even if your bucket is a public bucket.
Existing Amazon S3 connectors will not be affected. However, if you reconfigure an existing connector or create a new one, you will have to configure a Role ARN even if your bucket is a public bucket.
We have added a new connection test to the Amazon S3 setup form that helps you adopt security best practices. The test checks your bucket policy settings to make sure you have created your Role ARN using the given externalID.
If you mistakenly create your Role ARN without using the give externID, the configuration will now fail the test. You will have to correct your Role ARN.
We can now sync data from public buckets.
Our setup form now correctly handles directory patterns that don't end with