Recently, I was bit playing around with amazon S3. This is said to be the cheapest storage for people who don't want to spend much of their brain cells thinking about DB issues. Now, Amazon S3 primarily supports Web service (SOAP) to store and query data out of the S3 server. The concept behind S3 is that you have to create a bucket and under it you can store as many objects you want. Generally for a particular account 100 is the threshold value for buckets. In this post, I will basically focus on configuring your proxy for uploading large files to amazon using WSE and optionally I will point out a cool browser extension for analyzing your S3 space and third party library alternative. ..