Set up and log into your AWS account
To use Amazon FSx for Windows File Server, you need an AWS account.
Create a file share
The FSx for Windows File Server console is where you create, launch, and manage file systems. Follow the steps in the wizard to create a new file system using your own Active Directory or an AWS-managed Active Directory. Try it out »
Connect your file shares to your existing Microsoft Windows environment
Connect to your file shares from application servers and end-user compute instances, and
use Amazon FSx file systems to share file data across application servers and end-users. Read our Getting Started Guide »
Quick Start Guide
Read our Quick Start Guide »
Amazon FSx for Windows File Server file systems can also be managed through the Amazon FSx CLI for Remote Management on PowerShell. The commands support remote management and give you the ability to fully automate many types of setup, configuration, and backup workflows from a central location. Amazon FSx can also be managed through the Amazon FSx APIs.
Explore the new enterprise ready features of Amazon FSx for Windows File Server including data duplication, user quotas, on-premises access, and self-managed Microsoft Active Directories.
Amazon FSx for Windows File Server Documentation
Get started with Amazon FSx for Windows File Server Documentation by learning more about the key concepts and detailed instruction for launching and using your file system.
Read the Jeff Barr blog announcing Amazon FSx for Windows File Server.
Instantly get access to the AWS Free Tier.
Get started building with Amazon FSx for Windows File Server in the AWS Console.