Amazon Elastic File System
Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) is a cloud-based file storage service that provides scalable and durable network-attached storage for Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources and on-premises servers. It allows multiple instances to access a common file system, enabling shared access to data across applications and workloads. EFS supports the Network File System (NFS) protocol and is designed to be easy to use, highly available, and secure. EFS can be particularly useful for applications that require shared file storage, such as content management systems, development environments, and analytics workloads.
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