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August 26, 2019
Score 8 out of 10
We are using Amazon Elastic Block storage to help us storage Amazon images as well as augment storage we are using in conjunction with our Elastic Cloud Compute machines. It's been great for us to utilize this to scale up and down our storage needs as the scenario is introduced. With a backup solution for our existing EC2 instances, we were able to cheaply manage and back up our fleet via scripting EBS information.
- A cost-effective way to provide storage to virtual machines
- Easy and efficient way to create back ups of images
- Very quick storage request and provisioning
- Cost can be confusing to determine
- The initial learning curve can be confusing unless you know what's going on with AWS
- You can lose track of EBS if you aren't organized
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Amazon Elastic Block storage is a great tool to augment your existing Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud and allows you a good way to add, move and adjust storage. It is great also for a back up solution for your virtual resources that are in the cloud to be used in cases of disaster recovery.
Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) Scorecard Summary
About Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)
Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) from AWS is designed for application workloads that benefit from fine tuning for performance, cost and capacity. Typical use cases include Big Data analytics engines (like the Hadoop/HDFS ecosystem and Amazon EMR clusters), relational and NoSQL databases (like Microsoft SQL Server and MySQL or Cassandra and MongoDB), stream and log processing applications (like Kafka and Splunk), and data warehousing applications (like Vertica and Teradata).
Categories: Block Storage
Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) Technical Details