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Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) provides simple, scalable file storage for use with Amazon EC2 instances in the AWS Cloud. With Amazon EFS, storage capacity is elastic, growing and shrinking automatically as you add and remove files, so your applications have the storage they need, when they need it.
Amazon EFS has a simple web services interface that allows you to create and configure file systems quickly and easily. The service manages all the file storage infrastructure for you, avoiding the complexity of deploying, patching, and maintaining complex file system deployments.
This is a beginner level Lab, however, in order to follow the next steps you should be able to:
- Describe and launch EC2 instances;
- Connect to an EC2 instance using SSH;
- Describe, create and configure Security Groups.
We recommend this Lab as a prerequisite:
By the end of this Lab, you should be able to:
- Create file systems;
- Mount file systems to EC2 instances;
- Read/write files to a file system.
July 22nd, 2020 - Updated instructions/screenshots because of the new AWS EFS UI
January 10th, 2019 - Added a validation Lab Step to check the work you perform in the Lab
Do you have questions about this Lab? Contact our cloud experts by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eric Magalhães has a strong background as a Systems Engineer for both Windows and Linux systems and, currently, work as a DevOps Consultant for Embratel. Lazy by nature, he is passionate about automation and anything that can make his job painless, thus his interest in topics like coding, configuration management, containers, CI/CD and cloud computing went from a hobby to an obsession. Currently, he holds multiple AWS certifications and, as a DevOps Consultant, helps clients to understand and implement the DevOps culture in their environments, besides that, he play a key role in the company developing pieces of automation using tools such as Ansible, Chef, Packer, Jenkins and Docker.