AWS Elastic File System is Amazon Web Services’ latest storage solution and is a fully managed, simple, and scalable file storage to use with EC2 instances. As the name suggests, it grows and shrinks automatically with your storage needs and EC2 instances can access EFS using NFS (v4.1), over multiple availability zones at low latency with high throughput.
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In this blog, we will cover:
– What Is Amazon EFS?
– Steps to create Amazon EFS
– What is a Mount Target?
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