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What Is SFS?

Updated at: Nov 26, 2018 10:11

Scalable File Service (SFS) enables high-performance file storage that can be expanded and shrunk on demand. It provides file sharing services for Elastic Cloud Servers (ECSs). Compatible with the Network File System (NFS) protocol, SFS is expandable to petabytes, and seamlessly handles data-intensive and bandwidth-intensive applications.

SFS provides an easy-to-use graphical user interface (GUI). On the GUI, users can create and configure file systems, saving effort in deploying, resizing, and optimizing file systems.

In addition, SFS features high reliability and availability. It can be elastically expanded, and it performs better as its capacity grows. SFS applies to a wide range of scenarios, including media processing, file sharing, content management and web services, big data, and analytic applications.

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