In AWS Glacier, you can store a file with a maximum size of 40 TB. It also has unlimited storage, like S3, where you can store unlimited files and an unlimited volume of data.
In AWS, Glacier stores data into a vault. It's only accessible to the users who created the vault. All the data stored Glaciers are encrypted, and they also support data in transit encryption using SSL.
Any data stored in the Glacier vault is immutable. This means that data stored in a Glacier cannot be updated. For access control and management you can use IAM policies.
To add more security, you can use request signing, whereas to authenticate requests, you need to sign your request using hash keys. A cryptographic hash is a function that returns a unique hash value based on the input. In input, we pass secret access...