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Category: Amazon Elastic File System (EFS)

Architecture diagram for the sample solution

Blue/Green deployment with AWS Developer tools on Amazon EC2 using Amazon EFS to host application source code

Many organizations building modern applications require a shared and persistent storage layer for hosting and deploying data-intensive enterprise applications, such as content management systems, media and entertainment, distributed applications like machine learning training, etc. These applications demand a centralized file share that scales to petabytes without disrupting running applications and remains concurrently accessible from potentially […]

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This diagram depicts the deployment architecture for Jenkins on AWS Fargate

Building a serverless Jenkins environment on AWS Fargate

Jenkins is a popular open-source automation server that enables developers around the world to reliably build, test, and deploy their software. Jenkins uses a controller-agent architecture in which the controller is responsible for serving the web UI, stores the configurations and related data on disk, and delegates the jobs to the worker agents that run […]

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