Simple Manager for Amazon EFS allows you to directly interact with data in your Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) file systems through a web user interface (UI). This web UI allows you to browse, upload, and download files in existing EFS file systems. For example, you can use this solution to upload a machine learning (ML) model file to an EFS file system that is used by an AWS Lambda function for ML inference. This AWS Solution provides a reference architecture, considerations for planning your deployment, and configurations steps for deploying the solution to the AWS Cloud.
Use the web UI to browse, upload, and download files in existing EFS file systems, without specialized Linux knowledge.
Gain web access to your Amazon EFS files from any device or location.
Avoid deploying dedicated resources, (such as an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance), to manage your data by using a serverless architecture.
Use artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (AI/ML) implementations can use this solution to host datasets in Amazon EFS file systems and run inference algorithms via through AWS Lambda within the same Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC).
An Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) web source bucket hosts the CloudFront distribution.
A Lambda file manager function connects to the EFS file system.
Note: The Lambda file manager function is not automatically deployed by this solution’s CloudFormation template. Create this resource post deployment.
An EFS access point allows EFS file system access from Lambda.
Note: The EFS access point is not automatically deployed by this solution’s CloudFormation template. Create this resource post deployment.