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Montag, 14. April 2008 link
Jeff Barr on the AWS Blog: "Our forthcoming persistent storage feature will give you the ability to create reliable, persistent storage volumes for use with Amazon EC2. Once created, these volumes will be part of your account and will have a lifetime independent of any particular EC2 instance. These volumes can be thought of as raw, unformatted disk drives which can be [..] used as desired. Volumes can range in size from 1 GB on up to 1 TB; you can create and attach several of them to each EC2 instance. They are designed for low latency, high throughput access from Amazon EC2."
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