Updated whitepaper accessible: Encrypting File Information with Amazon Elastic Document System
We’re sharing an upgrade to the Encrypting File Data with Amazon Elastic Document System whitepaper to supply customers with help with enforcing encryption of information at rest and within transit in Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS). Amazon EFS provides basic, scalable, highly available, and durable shared file techniques in the cloud highly. The file techniques you create through the use of Amazon EFS are usually elastic, that allows them to cultivate and shrink as you add and remove data automatically. They can develop to petabytes in proportions, distributing information across an unconstrained amount of storage servers in several Availability Zones.
Browse the updated whitepaper to understand about guidelines for encrypting Amazon EFS. Figure out how to enforce encryption at relax while you generate an Amazon EFS document program in the AWS Administration Gaming console and in the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI), and how exactly to enforce encryption of information in transit at your client connection layer through the use of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM).
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