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In my opinion, the main purpose of the AWSS3ClientForB2Bi adapter would be to allow communication between the Sterling B2B Integrator platform and the AWS cloud on the Internet by Perimeter Servers using the AWSS3 protocol, the exception should be the use of the AWS adapter for transferring files over the local network.
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With regards to perimeter server support, we only plan to support http proxy and have added that support. In container deployments we are finding use of software defined networks (SDNs) are making perimeter servers reduant. Happy to discuss this in further detail if needed.
This is an excellent and very much needed idea!