S3 vs EBS vs EFS

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  1. Akansha Chaurasia

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    • S3 is a storage facility accessible anywhere
    • EBS is a device you can mount onto EC2
    • EFS is a file system you can mount onto EC2
    AMAZON S3
    • Can be publicly accessible Web interface Object Storage.
    • Scalable
    • Slower than EBS and EFS
    • Good for storing backups
    AMAZON EBS
    • Accessible only via the given EC2 Machine File System interface.
    • Block Storage
    • Hardly scalable
    • Faster than S3 and EFS
    • Is meant to be EC2 drive
    AMAZON EFS
    • Accessible via several EC2 machines and AWS services Web and file system
    • interface object storage
    • Scalable
    • Faster than S3, slower than EBS
    • Good for shareable applications and workloads
     
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