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New enhancements for moving data between Amazon FSx for Lustre and Amazon S3

Introduction to Amazon FSx for Lustre Amazon FSx for Lustre is a high performance file system optimized for workloads such as machine learning, high performance computing, video processing, financial modeling, electronic design automation, and analytics. Amazon FSx works natively with Amazon S3, making it easy for you to process cloud data sets with high performance […]

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Good news for Amazon FSx and Amazon EBS customers: AWS Local Zones

There were many announcements and feature launches at AWS re:Invent 2019. One of the announcements with forthcoming possibilities for AWS Storage users was on AWS Local Zones. For now, this news is especially pertinent to Amazon FSx and Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) customers running high performance applications near Los Angeles. As a new […]

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Scheduling automated backups using Amazon EFS and AWS Backup

Introduction Using a shared file system is an important component for many computing infrastructures. For Linux systems, this is typically done using a network file system (NFS) and mounting it from the Linux hosts. Users can store data in their home directories and can share data with other users across the file system. Amazon Elastic […]

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Welcome to the final day of AWS re:Invent 2019

Please double-check the AWS re:Invent event catalog to confirm the date, time, and venue for your session. Remember, this is not an exhaustive list! Check out some of our previous re:Invent posts and make sure you don’t miss anything: Your AWS Storage guide to re:Invent 2019: How to maximize your time in Vegas! A storage enthusiast’s guide […]

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Welcome to day 4 of AWS re:Invent 2019

Please double-check the AWS re:Invent event catalog to confirm the date, time, and venue for your session. Remember, this is not an exhaustive list! Check out some of our previous re:Invent posts and make sure you don’t miss anything: Your AWS Storage guide to re:Invent 2019: How to maximize your time in Vegas! A storage enthusiast’s guide […]

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Hurricane Dorian disaster response in the Bahamas using AWS Snowball Edge

Hurricane Dorian struck the Bahamas on September 1, 2019. The Category 5 storm set the record for the worst natural disaster to ever impact the island nation. It became one of the two most powerful storms to ever make landfall from the Atlantic Ocean. During a disaster of this magnitude it is the responsibility of […]

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Welcome to day 3 of AWS re:Invent 2019

Please double-check the AWS re:Invent event catalog to confirm the date, time, and venue for your session. Remember, this is not an exhaustive list! Check out some of our previous re:Invent posts and make sure you don’t miss anything: Your AWS Storage guide to re:Invent 2019: How to maximize your time in Vegas! A storage enthusiast’s guide […]

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Welcome to day 2 of AWS re:Invent 2019

Please double-check the AWS re:Invent event catalog to confirm the date, time, and venue for your session. Remember, this is not an exhaustive list! Check out some of our previous re:Invent posts and make sure you don’t miss anything: Your AWS Storage guide to re:Invent 2019: How to maximize your time in Vegas! A storage enthusiast’s guide […]

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Access Analyzer for Amazon S3

Monitor, review, and protect Amazon S3 buckets using Access Analyzer for S3

At AWS, Security is more than just features – it’s a mindset. Today, we announced Access Analyzer for S3, a new feature that monitors your resource policies so you don’t have to. By default, all buckets and objects created in S3 are private. AWS enables you with mechanisms like Access Control Lists (ACLs) and Bucket […]

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