Wednesday, 13 March 2019

Now Amazon FSx for Lustre Is Accessible from Amazon Linux

Amazon FSx for Lustre offers a high-performance file system optimized for rapid processing of workloads like machine learning, high performance computing (HPC), video processing, financial modeling, and electronic design automation (EDA). These workloads frequently need data to be offered through a swift and scalable file system interface, and usually have data sets saved on long-term data stores like Amazon S3. Now you can access Amazon FSx for Lustre file systems from Amazon EC2 instances executing the Amazon Linux or Amazon Linux 2 Amazon Machine Image (AMI) by installing the open-source Lustre client from the Amazon Linux package repository. Amazon Linux is an adjunct to the wide set of Linux-based operating systems already assisted by FSx for Lustre, covering Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS, SUSE Linux, and Ubuntu. This feature Fsx for Lustre file systems is accessible from Amazon Linux in every regions where FSx for Lustre is obtainable. To know further on installing the Lustre client on Amazon Linux or Amazon Linux 2, click here.

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