Friday, 22 February 2019

Now Amazon EFS Assists Tag-on-Create

Amazon EFS is a entirely controlled service which do not need any changes to your current applications and tools, offering access via a standard file system interface for smooth integration. Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) offers an easy, scalable, elastic file system for Linux-based workloads for utilization with AWS Cloud services and on-premises resources. It is created to scale on order to petabytes excluding disrupting applications, increasing and decreasing automatically as you attach and detach files, so your applications have the storage they require – when they want it. By allocating tags inline with file system creation, you can simply apply permission, access control, and cost allotment for your EFS resources. Now you can tag your Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) file system resources as they are designed. Earlier, you could add tags to your file system resources once they were created. Managing resource tags for your Amazon EFS file systems can be done through console, CLI, or SDK. AWS resource tags are assisted by Amazon EFS in every regions where Amazon EFS is available without any extra charges.

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