December 14, 2018 Vignesh Sathiyanantham

Like every computer needs harddisk VM or Cloud Instances are no exception. In Amazon, EBS is the virtual hard disk for your EC2 instances, it stores data as blocks and it is like a traditional file system you can format it with any file system and use EBS is not a stand-alone storage, you cannot use EBS volumes like S3 and unlike VMware Virtual Disks you cannot share the EBS between instances at the same time. Until 2012 Amazon had a single type EBS volumes The magnetic standard volume then they had another two more types ( General Purpose SSD and…

October 31, 2017 Vignesh Sathiyanantham

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