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In AWS (and computing in general), [...] storage is attached to an OS (and hence is not infinitely scalable) and holds non-continues chuncks of related raw data, whereas [...] storage holds single file entities (and their metadata) and is not attached to a machine with OS (therefore scales infinitely). <-- looking for two different occultions
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In AWS (and computing in general), [...] storage is attached to an OS (and hence is not infinitely scalable) and holds non-continues chuncks of related raw data, whereas [...] storage holds single file entities (and their metadata) and is not attached to a machine with OS (therefore scales infinitely). <-- looking for two different occultions
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In AWS (and computing in general), [...] storage is attached to an OS (and hence is not infinitely scalable) and holds non-continues chuncks of related raw data, whereas [...] storage holds single file entities (and their metadata) and is not attached to a machine with OS (therefore scales infinitely). <-- looking for two different occultions
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