AWS EFS (Elastic File System) is a scalable, fully-managed file storage service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It provides a simple, scalable, and highly available file system for use with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances and other resources.
With AWS EFS, you can create a file system and mount it to multiple EC2 instances, providing a shared file storage solution. This allows multiple EC2 instances to access the same data simultaneously, making it useful for applications that require shared access to files and data.
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Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) Instance Store is a type of local disk storage that is physically attached to an EC2 instance. It provides temporary block-level storage for instances that require high-speed, low-latency access to data, such as database or cache workloads.
EC2 Instance Store is ideal for use cases that require high-performance data access and fast data transfer rates, such as transaction processing, web applications, and Hadoop clusters. EC2 Instance Store can provide higher I/O performance compared to Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes, but it has some limitations.
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