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All image assets need to be loaded for home page (not the case where each image is for a different page).

If I understand correctly, if each image gets stored in a different bucket Object, then we are opening a new HTTP connection for each download.

Will it be faster if I store all SVGs within the same object?

Is it worth considering gzip compression? (or any other kind of compression?)

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    S3 buckets can each store tons of files. Why would you consider creating a new bucket for each file? Aug 31, 2021 at 21:22
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    Any chance you could use CloudFront? It automatically handles connection multiplexing and compression, via http/2 and on-the-fly gzip respectively. So all your SVG files would be served over the same TCP connection. You can use S3 as a source for CloudFront. Aug 31, 2021 at 21:25
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    I said bucket object, not bucket. I have never considered creating one bucket per image. Aug 31, 2021 at 21:34
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    It looks like "object" is Amazon's terminology for "file". >:( Sep 1, 2021 at 11:31

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I ended up creating a composite SVG Sprite which plays well with CSS and other style post-processors. Size is very small and eliminates the overhead for more than one single HTTP request per page.

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