AWS CloudFormation
User Guide (API Version 2010-05-15)
« PreviousNext »
View the PDF for this guide.Go to the AWS Discussion Forum for this product.Go to the Kindle Store to download this guide in Kindle format.Did this page help you?  Yes | No |  Tell us about it...

AWS::S3::Bucket

The AWS::S3::Bucket type creates an Amazon S3 bucket.

You can set a deletion policy for your bucket to control how AWS CloudFormation handles the bucket when the stack is deleted. For Amazon S3 buckets, you can choose to retain the bucket or to delete the bucket. For more information, see DeletionPolicy Attribute.

Important

Only Amazon S3 buckets that are empty can be deleted. Deletion will fail for buckets that have contents.

Syntax

{
   "Type" : "AWS::S3::Bucket",
   "Properties" : {
      "AccessControl" : String,
      "BucketName" : String,
      "CorsConfiguration" : CORS Configuration,
      "LifecycleConfiguration" : Lifecycle Configuration,
      "LoggingConfiguration" : Logging Configuration,
      "NotificationConfiguration" : Notification Configuration,
      "Tags" : [ Resource Tag, ... ],
      "VersioningConfiguration" : Versioning Configuration,
      "WebsiteConfiguration" : Website Configuration Type
   }
}     

Properties

AccessControl

A canned access control list (ACL) that grants predefined permissions to the bucket. For more information about canned ACLs, see Canned ACLs in the Amazon S3 documentation.

Required: No

Type: String

Valid values: Private | PublicRead | PublicReadWrite | AuthenticatedRead | LogDeliveryWrite | BucketOwnerRead | BucketOwnerFullControl

Update requires: No interruption

BucketName

A name for the bucket. If you don't specify a name, AWS CloudFormation generates a unique physical ID and uses that ID for the bucket name. For more information, see Name Type. The bucket name must contain only lowercase letters, numbers, periods (.), and dashes (-).

Important

If you specify a name, you cannot do updates that require this resource to be replaced. You can still do updates to this resource if the update requires no or some interruption.

Required: No

Type: String

Update requires: Replacement

CorsConfiguration

Rules that define cross-origin resource sharing of objects in this bucket. For more information, see Enabling Cross-Origin Resource Sharing in the Amazon Simple Storage Service Developer Guide.

Required: No

Type: Amazon S3 Cors Configuration

Update requires: No interruption

LifecycleConfiguration

Rules that define how Amazon S3 manages objects during their lifetime. For more information, see Object Lifecycle Management in the Amazon Simple Storage Service Developer Guide.

Required: No

Type: Amazon S3 Lifecycle Configuration

Update requires: No interruption

LoggingConfiguration

Settings that defines where logs are stored.

Required: No

Type: Amazon S3 Logging Configuration

Update requires: No interruption

NotificationConfiguration

Configuration that defines which Amazon SNS topic to send messages to and what events to report.

Required: No

Type: Amazon S3 Notification Configuration

Update requires: No interruption

Tags

An arbitrary set of tags (key-value pairs) for this Amazon S3 bucket.

Required: No

Type: AWS CloudFormation Resource Tags

Update requires: No interruption

VersioningConfiguration

Enables multiple variants of all objects in this bucket. You might enable versioning to prevent objects from being deleted or overwritten by mistake or to archive objects so that you can retrieve previous versions of them.

Required: No

Type: Amazon S3 Versioning Configuration

Update requires: No interruption

WebsiteConfiguration

Information used to configure the bucket as a static website. For more information, see Hosting Websites on Amazon S3.

Required: No

Type: Website Configuration Type

Update requires: No interruption

Return Values

Ref

When the logical ID of this resource is provided to the Ref intrinsic function, it returns the resource name.

Example: mystack-mybucket-kdwwxmddtr2g

For more information about using the Ref function, see Ref.

Fn::GetAtt

Fn::GetAtt returns a value for a specified attribute of this type. This section lists the available attributes and corresponding return values.

DomainName

Returns the DNS name of the specified bucket.

Example: mystack-mybucket-kdwwxmddtr2g.s3.amazonaws.com

WebsiteURL

Amazon S3 website endpoint for the specified bucket.

Example: http://mystack-mybucket-kdwwxmddtr2g.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/

For more information about using Fn:GetAtt, see Fn::GetAtt.

Examples

Example Static website configuration with a routing rule

In this example, AWS::S3::Bucket's Fn::GetAtt values are used to provide outputs. The routing rule redirects requests to an Amazon EC2 instance in the event of an HTTP 404 error and inserts a object key prefix report-404/ in the redirect. For example, if you request a page ExamplePage.html and it results in a HTTP 404 error, the request is routed to a page report-404/ExamplePage.html on the specified instance. For all other HTTP error codes, error.html is returned.

"Resources" : {
   "S3Bucket" : {
      "Type" : "AWS::S3::Bucket",
      "Properties" : {
         "AccessControl" : "PublicRead",
         "BucketName" : "PublicBucket",
         "WebsiteConfiguration" : {
            "IndexDocument" : "index.html",
            "ErrorDocument" : "error.html",
            "RoutingRules": [
                {
                    "RoutingRuleCondition": {
                        "HttpErrorCodeReturnedEquals": "404",
                        "KeyPrefixEquals": "out1/"
                    },
                    "RedirectRule": {
                        "HostName": "ec2-11-22-333-44.compute-1.amazonaws.com",
                        "ReplaceKeyPrefixWith": "report-404/"
                    }
                }
            ]
         }
      },
      "DeletionPolicy" : "Retain"
   }
},

"Outputs" : {
   "WebsiteURL" : {
      "Value" : { "Fn::GetAtt" : [ "S3Bucket", "WebsiteURL" ] },
      "Description" : "URL for website hosted on S3"
   },
   "S3BucketSecureURL" : {
      "Value" : { "Fn::Join" : [
         "", [ "https://", { "Fn::GetAtt" : [ "S3Bucket", "DomainName" ] } ]
      ] },
      "Description" : "Name of S3 bucket to hold website content"
   }
}

Example Enable cross-origin resource sharing

The following sample template shows an Amazon S3 bucket with two cross-origin resource sharing rules.

{
  "AWSTemplateFormatVersion": "2010-09-09",
  "Resources": {
        "S3Bucket": {
            "Type": "AWS::S3::Bucket",
            "Properties": {
                "AccessControl": "PublicReadWrite",
                "CorsConfiguration": {
                    "CorsRules": [
                        {
                            "AllowedHeaders": [
                                "*"
                            ],
                            "AllowedMethods": [
                                "GET"
                            ],
                            "AllowedOrigins": [
                                "*"
                            ],
                            "ExposedHeaders": [
                                "Date"
                            ],
                            "Id": "myCORSRuleId1",
                            "MaxAge": "3600"
                        },
                        {
                            "AllowedHeaders": [
                                "x-amz-*"
                            ],
                            "AllowedMethods": [
                                "DELETE"
                            ],
                            "AllowedOrigins": [
                                "http://www.example1.com",
                                "http://www.example2.com"
                            ],
                            "ExposedHeaders": [
                                "Connection",
                                "Server",
                                "Date"
                            ],
                            "Id": "myCORSRuleId2",
                            "MaxAge": "1800"
                        }
                    ]
                }
            }
        }
    },
    "Outputs": {
        "BucketName": {
            "Value": {
                "Ref": "S3Bucket"
            },
            "Description": "Name of the sample Amazon S3 bucket with CORS enabled."
        }
    }
}

Example Manage the lifecycle for Amazon S3 objects

The following sample template shows an Amazon S3 bucket with a lifecycle configuration rule. The rule applies to all objects with the glacier key prefix. The objects are transitioned to Amazon Glacier after one day and deleted after one year.

{
    "AWSTemplateFormatVersion": "2010-09-09",
    "Resources": {
        "S3Bucket": {
            "Type": "AWS::S3::Bucket",
            "Properties": {
                "AccessControl": "PublicReadWrite",
                "LifecycleConfiguration": {
                    "Rules": [
                        {
                            "Id": "GlacierRule"
                            "Prefix": "glacier",
                            "Status": "Enabled",
                            "ExpirationInDays": "365",
                            "Transition": {
                                "TransitionInDays": "1",
                                "StorageClass": "Glacier"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                }
            }
        }
    },
    "Outputs": {
        "BucketName": {
            "Value": {
                "Ref": "S3Bucket"
            },
            "Description": "Name of the sample Amazon S3 bucket with a lifecycle configuration."
        }
    }
}

Example Log access requests for a specific bucket

The following sample template creates two Amazon S3 buckets. The LoggingBucket bucket store the logs from the S3Bucket bucket. The logging bucket requires log delivery write permissions in order receive logs from the S3Bucket bucket.

{
    "AWSTemplateFormatVersion": "2010-09-09",
    "Resources": {
        "S3Bucket": {
            "Type": "AWS::S3::Bucket",
            "Properties": {
                "AccessControl": "PublicRead",
                "LoggingConfiguration": {
                    "DestinationBucketName": {"Ref" : "LoggingBucket"},
                    "LogFilePrefix": "testing-logs"
                }
            }
        },
        "LoggingBucket": {
            "Type": "AWS::S3::Bucket",
            "Properties": {
                "AccessControl": "LogDeliveryWrite"
            }
        }
    },
    "Outputs": {
        "BucketName": {
            "Value": {
                "Ref": "S3Bucket"
            },
            "Description": "Name of the sample Amazon S3 bucket with a logging configuration."
        }
    }
}

Example Receive bucket notifications to an Amazon SNS topic

The following sample template shows an Amazon S3 bucket with a notification configuration that sends an event to the specified topic when Amazon S3 has lost all replicas of an object.

{
    "AWSTemplateFormatVersion": "2010-09-09",
    "Resources": {
        "S3Bucket": {
            "Type": "AWS::S3::Bucket",
            "Properties": {
                "AccessControl": "PublicReadWrite",
                "NotificationConfiguration": {
                    "TopicConfigurations": [
                        {
                            "Topic": "arn:aws:sns:us-east-1:123456789012:TestTopic",
                            "Event": "s3:ReducedRedundancyLostObject"
                        }
                    ]
                }
            }
        }
    },
    "Outputs": {
        "BucketName": {
            "Value": {
                "Ref": "S3Bucket"
            },
            "Description": "Name of the sample Amazon S3 bucket with a notification configuration."
        }
    }
}

For more examples, see Amazon S3 Template Snippets.

See Also