Amazon’s S3 now stores 2 trillion objects, up from 1 trillion last june, regularly peaks at over 1.1M requests per second
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At at AWS Summit in New York today, Amazon announced that its S3 storage service now holds more than 2 trillion objects. That’s up from 1 trillion last June and 1.3 trillion in November, when the company last updated these numbers at its re:Invent conference. As Amazon’s Chief Evangelist for AWS Jeff Barr notes in a blog post today, it took Amazon six years to grow to get to one trillion stored objects, “and less than a year to double that number.” S3, Barr also writes, now regularly sees peaks of over 1.1 million requests per second.