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What Is EVS?
Introduction to EVS
Elastic Volume Service
Elastic Volume Service (EVS) offers scalable block storage for servers. With high reliability, high performance, and rich specifications, EVS disks can be used for distributed file systems, development and testing environments, data warehouse applications, and HPC scenarios to meet diverse service requirements.
An ultra-high I/O EVS disk can sustain up to 33,000 IOPS, and have a max. throughput of 350 MB/s and min. latency of 1 ms.
One EVS disk starts at 10 GB and can be expanded as required to a maximum of 32 TB. Smooth disk capacity expansion guarantees service continuity.
Dedicated for new users
Setting Up Clusters with Shared EVS Disks
Improving use efficiency
Initializing an EVS Data Disk
Expanding the Capacity of an EVS Disk