Do High I/O instances provide any failover mechanisms or redundancy?

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Do High I/O instances provide any failover mechanisms or redundancy?
Jul 31 in AWS by Nisha
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As far as I know, there is no such feature. If you want to keep your data safe and secure and reduce redundancy, back it up on the S3. This way your application will not lose data.
answered Jul 31 by Haider

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