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  1. Generate IAM credentials for connecting to Amazon S3. Refer to theĀ Setting up for Amazon Simple Storage Service for step-by-step instructions.
    1. Select IAM Management Console
    2. Select a user
      1. The user must have, at least, the following permissions for Bluzone to write data to a bucket:

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    3. Select "Security Credentials" tab
    4. Click "Create Access Key"
    5. Take note of the "Access Key ID" and the "Secret Key" values, as they are needed for a later step
  2. Create a S3 bucket.
    1. From the Amazon S3 Console click "Create bucket"
    2. Give the bucket a name (remember the name, it will be used later)
    3. Select a Region
    4. Click "Create"
  3. Add the S3 bucket to Bluzone.
    1. Login to the Bluzone Portal
    2. Open the project setting view
    3. Select "Remote Storage"
    4. Create a new configuration by clicking "Create"
    5. Enter the following values:
      1. Storage Provider (Currently, only AWS is supported)
      2. S3 bucket name (This should match the name that you assigned to your bucket through Amazon)
      3. Storage Region (Make sure to enter a region that Amazon supports)
      4. Either you can give AWS Access Key and AWS Secret key or Enable Assume Role, ReferĀ How to create assume role.
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    6. Click "Save"
    7. Once you have successfully create a remote storage configuration, it will show up in the stream list with the Enabled status. If you choose to disabled a configuration:
      1. Select the configuration from the grid

      2. Uncheck the "Enable this remote storage" box

      3. Click "Save"

The Bluzone app will take a few minutes to setup the remote storage. Once it's finished, our cloud will begin writing data to your bucket.