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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EBS Volume Type refers to the different types of Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes that are available in Amazon Web Services (AWS). EBS volumes are virtual hard drives that can be attached to EC2 instances, providing persistent block-level storage for applications and data.
There are different EBS volume types that provide varying levels of performance, durability, and cost, allowing users to choose the best option for their specific workload.
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Elastic Block Store (EBS) is a block-level storage service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that allows you to create and attach persistent block storage volumes to your Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances. It provides highly available and durable block-level storage volumes that can be used with Amazon EC2 instances to store data.
EBS volumes are replicated within an Availability Zone (AZ) to provide redundancy and durability. You can also take snapshots of EBS volumes, which are stored in Amazon S3, to provide a backup of your data. EBS volumes can be attached to EC2 instances as block devices, allowing you to use them as a hard drive or to store data for databases, file systems, and other applications.
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