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Online Tech Talk October 23rd: Reduce File Storage TCO with Amazon EFS and Amazon FSx for Windows File Server

Don’t miss our AWS online Storage Tech Talk on October 23rd where we cover:
Reduce File Storage TCO with Amazon EFS and Amazon FSx for Windows File Server

Managing legacy NAS storage arrays on-premises brings complexity and high CapEx. Amazon EFS is a cloud-native, scalable, elastic NFS file system for Linux workloads for use with Amazon EC2. Amazon EFS Infrequent Access (EFS IA) is a cost-optimized storage class and helps you reduce costs automatically by enabling EFS Lifecycle Management, resulting in effective price of $0.08/GB-month. Amazon FSx for Windows File Server is a fully managed, native Windows file system built on Windows Server, which supports the SMB protocol and integrates directly with your on-premises Active Directory as well AWS Managed Microsoft AD, to help simplify lift-and-shift and improve time-to-market. Learn about best practices to help efficiently and securely scale your Linux and Windows file-based applications while extending existing investments.

Learning objectives

  • Learn about key use cases for running file-based applications on AWS
  • Learn about common migration approaches for moving your file servers to the AWS Cloud
  • Learn about the latest AWS file storage capabilities to improve scalability

Who should attend?

IT Admins, File System Administrators, and Application Owners

Speakers

  • David Stein, Sr. Business Development Manager, AWS

‘Reduce File Storage TCO with Amazon EFS and Amazon FSx for Windows File Server’ – Tech Talk on October 23rd (2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET) – register now!

Alison Swift

Alison Swift

Alison is a product marketing manager for AWS file solutions. She is passionate about helping customers at every stage of their cloud journey and learning about AI/ML technology. She enjoys spending time outside, trying out new restaurants, traveling, and reading.