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Increasing application resilience with CloudEndure Disaster Recovery

UPDATE: For a more in-depth look at this topic, please visit the blog post “Configuring Cross-Region DR of your Amazon EC2 workloads with CloudEndure.” If there is an IT disaster, you must get your workloads back up and running quickly to ensure business continuity. For business-critical applications, the priority is keeping your recovery time and […]

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Deploying AWS Storage Gateway on Linux KVM hypervisor

AWS customers support a variety of on-premises environments and have different deployment needs. Until now, customers using Linux Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor have not had a convenient way to implement a hybrid cloud storage solution using AWS Storage Gateway. AWS Storage Gateway provides on-premises applications access to virtually unlimited cloud storage using NFS, SMB, […]

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Creating and activating File Gateway on VMware

Wouldn’t it be great if your on-premises applications could use AWS Cloud Storage, without the need for any modifications? Do you want to use standard file storage protocols, such as SMB or NFS? If so, you can use File Gateway, which is part of AWS Storage Gateway. File Gateway presents SMB or NFS file shares for […]

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Using Amazon FSx for Lustre for Genomics Workflows on AWS

Genomics datasets are getting larger year-over-year. Combining data from research initiatives across the globe, and having the ability to process it quickly, has been identified by large bioinformatics and genomics communities as an enabling mechanism for making significant scientific discoveries. Collaborating on a global scale requires data storage solutions that are globally accessible, highly available, […]

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Amazon S3

Aggregating logs with S3 Same-Region Replication

Introduction Aggregating logs to a secure dedicated location streamlines critical operations like Security Information and Event Management (SIEM). As more customers adopt a multi-account strategy, central logging becomes a key component of driving operational excellence. Considering the benefits, enterprise customers often use complex third-party tools to build their centralized log aggregation solution. With the announcement […]

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Amazon S3

Query Amazon S3 analytics data with Amazon Athena

I recently had a customer explain that they were aware of the benefits of various Amazon S3 storage classes, like S3 Standard, S3 Infrequent-Access, and S3 One-Zone Infrequent-Access, but they were not sure which tiers and lifecycle rules to apply to optimize their storage. This customer, and others like them, have multiple buckets and various […]

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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

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 File […]

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