Custom storage regions

Custom storage regions

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Customers can now manage their own storage regions in AWS S3. This tutorial will help you properly configure your custom storage region in AWS.

Step by step configuration

Step 1 - Bucket creation

Login in your Amazon Web Services console with your credentials. Once inside go to the Storage > S3 section and click the “Create bucket” orange button.

Fill out your bucket information (Bucket name and Region).

Then scroll down until the “Block Public Access settings for bucket” section and just select the following two options:

  • Block public access to buckets and objects granted through new public bucket or access point policies
  • Block public and cross-account access to buckets and objects through any public bucket or access point policies
  • I acknowledge that the current settings might result in this bucket and the objects within becoming public.

Scroll down and click the “Create bucket” orange button.

Step 2 - Credentials configuration

Now we recommend to create a new AWS User and credentials. Go to AWS IAM > Users section and create the “Add user” button. Select a user name and choose the “Programmatic access” option under the access type section.

Click Next, and follow the steps 2, 3 and 4 without changing anything, maintaining the default options and finish by clicking “Create user” button. The user credentials will be displayed, copy and store them securely. You will have to provide them to our team.

Step 3 - Grant permissions

Now we have to grant some additional permissions to the new user. For this example we will use the Inline AWS policies but as an alternative you can create a new policy and attach it to the user.

Click on the new user and click “Add inline policy” under the Permissions tab. Use the “{} JSON” editor and enter the following AWS Policy:


					    "Version": "2012-10-17",
    "Statement": [
            "Effect": "Allow",
            "Action": [
            "Resource": [
Note that you have to substitute the arn:aws:s3:::mycustom-private-bucket with the ARN of the bucket you created in the previous step. 

Step 4 - Configure your Storage Region in Applivery

Now that the AWS configuration are done, you will have to go to your Organization Settings > Advanced section and click “Create custom provider” button.


Complete the form with the information you generated in the AWS Console in the previous steps.

Step 5 - Select your new Storage Region

Once created, a new record will be added to the list, easily identifiable with the yellow label “Your organization” under “Managed by” title. You can configure your Custom Storage Region at Organization or App levels:

  • Organization: The configuration will be applied to the entire organization except. It will apply to all apps except those that already have a Custom Storage region configured. To do so, just click “Select” in this screen to enable it at the entire Organization level
  • App: The configuration will be applied just to this App, regardless of the Organization configuration. To do so, go to your App Settings > Advanced and “Select” the Storage provider you’d like.

Note that only the new builds uploaded will be stored in the new region. Previous ones will remain in the same place.

Disabling a Custom Storage Region

You can disable a Custom Storage Regios by clicking “Unset” grey button. The default storage region (Ireland) will be configured automatically.

Removing a Custom Storage Region

You can permanently remove a Custom Storage Regios by clicking the pencil button beside it and then “Delete” button at the bottom of the modal view. The Storage Region will be permanently removed from the system.


The builds uploaded to this storage will not be accessible anymore.

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