How to import big data public data sets AWS?

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I was trying to use the sample data sets provided by AWS. Problem is they are too big in size and I don't really need that big files. They take a lot of resources and bandwidth. So, is there a best way to import data into AWS to use?

Jan 8 in AWS by datageek
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One solution is to create an EBS instance using the Snapshot-ID for the public dataset. By doing so you don't have to pay for the data transfer. Some data sets are available in only in the region, so make sure you register your EC2 instance in the same region.

answered Jan 8 by Archana
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