Question 50Not answered Question 51 Kinesis Streams supports changes to the data record retention period of your stream. An Kinesis stream is anordered sequence of data records meant to be written to and read from in real-time. Data records are thereforestored in shards in your stream temporarily. The time period from when a record is added to when it is no longeraccessible is called theretention period. An Kinesis stream stores records from 24 hours by default, up to 168hours.Option A , even though a possibility , cannot be taken for granted as the right option.Option B is invalid since S3 can store data indefintely unless you have a lifecycle policy defined.Option D is invalid because the Kinesis service is perfect for this sort of data injestionFor more information on Kinesis data retention , please refer to the below URL:The correct answer is: Data records are only accessible for a default of 24 hours from the time they are added to astream You are currently using AWS Kinesis streams for ingestion of data. You are seeing a lot of changes to the ﬂow ofdata entering the streams. Which of the following can be done to efficiently tackle this situation. For more information on resharding streams , please refer to the below URL:
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