How to store Wordpress images on Amazon cloud storage?

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I found some websites using Amazon cloud storage to store images on their Wordpress websites. How can I do that? what are the best ways to do? Your suggestions would be appreciated.
 

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Usually, WordPress stores the images in the Upload Library. If you wish to get more from the uploaded images, for example, store them into explicit folders, you can try out several plugins for image libraries, for instance, EnviraGallery or ModullaImage Gallery. If you would look, there are lots of them created for WordPress.
 

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I don't see why anyone would host a WordPress based site on AWS. It is not that Amazon isn't good, they are. However, they are much more expensive compared to any middle-sized web hosting provider. On top of that the support that one would get from a web hosting company would be much better than the Amazon's one.
 

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I don't see why anyone would host a WordPress based site on AWS
I think AWS is more realiable than others, anyway they came from a giant company.
they are much more expensive compared to any middle-sized web hosting provider
How did you compare them with others to decide that they are more expensive?
On top of that the support that one would get from a web hosting company would be much better than the Amazon's one.
Some hosting control panels as cPanel, Plesk...supported Amazon S3 and it is easy to use than from a hosting company.
 

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How did you compare them with others to decide that they are more expensive?
Checkout their download bandwidth pricing. It is priced per GB at 0.09$. You don't have control over the downloads, and hence cannot control price.

Offcourse, AWS is more reliable than many, and comes at a price.
 
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