Amazon provides some hosting services and Amazon S3 plays a role to store them as a cloud based online storage. The main reason to develop Amazon S3 was to build the services at the top level of it and create an interface but it was found to be more reliable combining with moderate cost. It was a great solution for streaming video publishing, image hosting and offsite backup. Amazon S3 data needs to be managed by some tools which include:
Cloud Berry S3 Explorer- This is free Windows tool having panel interface. The best part of the tool is its tabs support which is not found in Cyberduck. This tool has different sessions for several different accounts of Amazon S3 which open in the same window.
Bucket Explorer -The best and unique part of this tool is its file versioning and NTLM authentication support plus proxy. It could be run on Mac and Windows and it can easily support everything you can think of.
Cyberduck -Cyberduck is a great tool and definitive Mac FTP client. It provides complete supports to Amazon S3, SFTP, FTP and WebDav. It also has efficient interface having immediate available bookmarks and users can always have easy browse deep folder arrangement. Do not worry, it is for free.
Gladinet Cloud Desktop -To increase Amazon S3 as a local drive this is only tool which Windows provides. It also help you increase Google application such Picasa and Google Docs at the same time as local drives so that you can handle your document, pictures and images from Windows Explore. If you are a home user, you can get some discount. For professional it is a bit expensive.
Cross FTP- Cross FTP is a juncture you can download and upload your file from. It is amazing multiplatform and multiprotocol file relocation client with the help of Amazon S3 support. It might not have some features you find in other competitors, but still you would like to prefer it to others for interface FileZila. Amazing! It can also run off USB Drive.
S3 Browser -Windows’ Free S3 Bowser tool, it has the ability to provide support to bucket sharing, S3 metadata editing and multiple Amazon S3 accounts in comparison to other features. If you want to use it for commercial reasons and purposes, you are required to register with Windows, but you will be asked to pay around $10.
S3Fox Organizer -Some people consider it to be an application, but actually S3Fox Organizer is a Firefox browser add-on. If you want to use it, you will be able to download and upload multiple files simultaneously, control Amazon CoundFront distribution and set access authorization. It could be run easily on all platforms and it also gives full support to folder synchronization and drag’n’drop.
So next time, if you have any problem to manage your Amazon S3 data, you have enough tools to support it. These are the best tools used by professionals