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package com.amazonaws.services.s3.model;

Specifies constants that define Amazon S3 storage classes. The standard storage class is the default storage class.

Amazon S3 offers multiple storage classes for different customers' needs. The STANDARD storage class is the default storage class, and means that redundant copies of data will be stored in different locations.

The REDUCED_REDUNDANCY storage class offers customers who are using Amazon S3 for storing non-critical, reproducible data a low-cost highly available, but less redundant, storage option.

public enum StorageClass {

    
The default Amazon S3 storage class. This storage class is recommended for critical, non-reproducible data. The standard storage class is a highly available and highly redundant storage option provided for an affordable price.
    Standard("STANDARD"),

    
The reduced redundancy storage class. This storage class allows customers to reduce their storage costs in return for a reduced level of data redundancy. Customers who are using Amazon S3 for storing non-critical, reproducible data can choose this low cost and highly available, but less redundant, storage option.
    ReducedRedundancy("REDUCED_REDUNDANCY"),

    
The Amazon Glacier storage class. This storage class means your object's data is stored in Amazon Glacier, and Amazon S3 stores a reference to the data in the Amazon S3 bucket.
    Glacier("GLACIER");

    
Returns the Amazon S3 StorageClass enumeration value representing the specified Amazon S3 StorageClass ID string. If the specified string doesn't map to a known Amazon S3 storage class, an IllegalArgumentException is thrown.

Parameters:
s3StorageClassString The Amazon S3 storage class ID string.
Returns:
The Amazon S3 StorageClass enumeration value representing the specified Amazon S3 storage class ID.
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException If the specified value does not map to one of the known Amazon S3 storage classes.
    public static StorageClass fromValue(String s3StorageClassStringthrows IllegalArgumentException {
        for (StorageClass storageClass : StorageClass.values()) {
            if (storageClass.toString().equals(s3StorageClassString)) return storageClass;
        }
        throw new IllegalArgumentException(
                "Cannot create enum from " + s3StorageClassString + " value!");
    }
    private final String storageClassId;
    private StorageClass(String id) {
        this. = id;
    }
    /* (non-Javadoc)
     * @see java.lang.Enum#toString()
     */
    @Override
    public String toString() {
        return ;
    }
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