Amazon EFS: Secure data persistence with Amazon ECS and AWS Fargate

Published on May 20, 2020

In this demo, we’re going to use Amazon EFS to create a shared file system, and then attach it to existing Amazon ECS and AWS Fargate services. We’ll also explore how AWS IAM Authorization and EFS Access Points can simplify configuring more granular access to our data for different scenarios. Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) provides a simple, scalable, and fully-managed shared file system for use with AWS Cloud services and on-premises resources. Whether you’re developing a new containerized application or modernizing an existing monolith, there are many types of applications where a shared persistence layer is an essential ingredient in achieving a resilient and durable architecture. Learn more about AWS Storage at - https://go.aws/3e7MdSF Persistent File Storage for Modern Applications: https://go.aws/2LKgsmd GitHub sample code repository: https://bit.ly/2TlBewC Tutorial on using Amazon EFS File Systems with Amazon ECS: https://amzn.to/3g5FPNr AWS News Blog launch announcement: https://go.aws/3bLWLoP Developers guide to using Amazon EFS with Amazon ECS and AWS Fargate: https://go.aws/3e53pZ0 Subscribe: More AWS videos http://bit.ly/2O3zS75 More AWS events videos http://bit.ly/316g9t4 #AWS #AmazonEFS


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