AWS is the worlds largest public cloud provider and is used by thousands of developers to bring their ideas to life. In this course, Implementing Amazon Elastic File System, you’ll gain the ability to share file data between thousands of EC2 instances. First, you’ll explore what EFS is and how it compares to EBS and S3. Next, you’ll discover insights into EFS management and security. Finally, you’ll learn how to consume the shared file system from your EC2 instances. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of EFS and EC2 needed to setup real-world file-based workloads.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Nikola Milanovic, and welcome to my course, Implementing Amazon Elastic File System. I'm a developer, solution architect, and cloud enthusiast. AWS is the world's largest public cloud provider and is used by thousands of developers to bring their ideas to life. Elastic File System is the go‑to solution for sharing file data between your compute instances. This course will teach you how EFS works and when and how to use it. Some of the major topics that we will cover include mounting EFS volumes inside our EC2 instances, securing the volumes using server‑level security groups, encrypting data in transit and at rest, and automating EFS management using command‑line interface. By the end of the course, you'll have all the skills required to share data between hundreds of EC2 instances. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn AWS EFS with Implementing Amazon Elastic File System course, at Pluralsight.