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Although fairly simple to use, CloudFront is rich in functionality. There are a variety of resources you can use to learn more about CloudFront. In addition to the Amazon CloudFront documentation, resources include AWS SDKs, feature summaries and links to third-party applications that work with CloudFront. The list below includes a few of these resources that you might find helpful.
AWS offers SDKs that let you access CloudFront programmatically.
The following AWS blog posts discuss enhancements to CloudFront logging as well as some ways to analyze access logs.
AWS Blog: Amazon CloudFront Request Logging (for content delivered via HTTP)
AWS Blog: Amazon CloudFront Now Supports Streaming Access Logs (for content delivered via RTMP)
CloudBerry Lab: How to set CloudFront Default Object with CloudBerry S3 Explorer
In addition to the invalidation methods provided by CloudFront, you can use the following third-party tools to invalidate objects.
These tools were developed by third-party vendors who are not associated with Amazon Web Services. For information on how to use these tools, please refer to the vendor's documentation or contact the vendor.
CloudBuddy Personal, http://m1.mycloudbuddy.com/index.html
CloudBerry Explorer, http://cloudberrylab.com
Bucket Explorer, http://www.bucketexplorer.com
CloudFront Invalidator, http://www.swook.net/p/cloudfront-invalidator.html
CDN Planet CloudFront Purge Tool, http://www.cdnplanet.com/tools/cloudfront-purge-tool/
You can also search for code samples on Github, https://github.com. Search on the phrase "CloudFront invalidation".
StreamingMedia.com: How To Get Started With Amazon CloudFront Streaming
JW Player: Using RTMP Streaming
AWS Blog: Improving Global Application Performance
In addition to the methods provided by CloudFront, the following third-party tools provide web forms for configuring your distribution for private content. Some of the tools also provide web forms for creating signed URLs.
CloudBuddy: Supports configuring a distribution for private content and supports creating signed URLs.
For more information about using CloudBuddy for CloudFront private content, go to Configuring CloudFront Distribution and Private Content.
Bucket Explorer: Supports configuring a distribution for private content
CloudBerry: Supports configuring a distribution for private content and supports creating signed URLs.
For information about using CloudBerry for CloudFront private content, go to How to Configure Private Content for CloudFront Streaming with CloudBerry.
For more information about private content, see the AWS Blog: New Amazon CloudFront Feature: Private Content.
AWS Blog: CloudFront Management Tool Roundup
NTT Data Advisory Service: AWS CloudFront Sitecore Integration