does Amazon S3 support HTTP/2

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does S3 have HTTP/2 support yet?

asked a year ago4194 views
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I tried accessing the site via http using curl, etc., but the response is "HTTP/1.1 200 OK".
I searched the documentation, but it is not listed, so I am not sure of the exact information, but it is possible that it is not supported.

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answered a year ago
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If your use case is end users accessing objects in an S3 bucket via a web browser, you might want to note.

Although the standard itself does not require usage of encryption, all major client implementations (Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, IE, Edge) have stated that they will only support HTTP/2 over TLS, which makes encryption de facto mandatory. [src].

Amazon S3 website endpoints do not support HTTPS or access points. If you want to use HTTPS, you can use Amazon CloudFront to serve a static website hosted on Amazon S3. [src]

CloudFront does support HTTP/2, and HTTP/3. [src]

How do I use CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests for my Amazon S3 bucket?

answered a year ago
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