How is EBS used in Lambda?

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Is EBS used in Lambda or it just works with S3? Can someone explain the working if it is of EBS in Lambda?
Jan 11 in AWS by Rishab
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EBS is basically a virtual storage area network from where tasks can be started. It can tolerate faults easily and users need not to worry about the loss of data even in case the disk damages in the RAID.

Provisioning and allocating the storage can also be done in Elastic Block Storage. If required, it can also be connected to the API. Lambda can accomodate with all the services provided by AWS. EBS being one of them and it has all the above said features. Hence, EBS works with Lambda absolutely fine.

answered Jan 11 by zealo

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