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Thomas

That's great!

We want EC2 Events next please :)

Regards,
Thomas
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Tim Freeman

I second "EC2 events"! Might save AWS money to get rid of all the pollers out there, too :-)

Other events that would be really useful are an event per dollar spent per instance on bandwidth. Or EBS I/O operations (or even an API to get this information).

Thanks

Shlomo Swidler

Jeff, this is a really cool addition to the RRS service.
Can you comment on how soon after an object is really lost the SNS notification will be sent? I'm interested to know if that latency is small enough to practically ignore the possibility that someone else will request the object before I've been notified of its loss.

Dan Tenenbaum

I would like to see a more full-blown events API for S3, along the lines of inotify (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inotify).
I'd like to know when any object in a given S3 bucket has been added, modified, deleted, etc.
Is this possible aside from polling?

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