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Category: Amazon FSx

Enhancing Game and Media Workflows with Global File Systems on AWS

­In today’s global interconnected world, organizations often find themselves distributed across various geographical locations. It all begins as a small local studio, where artists collaborate in a single physical location, relying on local storage solutions like network-attached storage (NAS). As the studio begins to gain momentum and expand to a globally connected organization with studios in multiple […]

Boosting Unreal Engine Performance with Amazon FSx for OpenZFS as a Shared Derived Data Cache

Creating video games is a complex process, requiring diverse teams to collaborate across various aspects of a project. With recent world events, development environments are increasingly hybrid. Team members are now contributing from both home and office locations, as well as adopting virtual workstations. Caching is essential in the development of large, immersive games to […]