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Amazon FSx vs. Google Filestore: 6 Key Differences and How to Choose

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What Is Amazon FSx? 

Amazon FSx is a fully managed file storage service offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It provides robust, scalable, and high-performance file system solutions for various workloads including Windows file servers, machine learning, and high-performance computing (HPC).

Amazon FSx offers two file systems: FSx for Windows File Server and FSx for Lustre. The former is built on Windows Server, making it compatible with Microsoft Windows applications and tools, while the latter is designed for high-performance workloads that require fast processing of large data volumes.

With Amazon FSx, you can store, retrieve, and process your data without worrying about the administration and maintenance of the underlying infrastructure. The service includes features like automatic backups, data encryption, and multi-AZ replication, which help ensure data durability and security. Read this detailed blog post for more background on Amazon FSx.

How to create a SvelteKit app? 

SvelteKit is a powerful framework for building web applications that combines the simplicity and performance of the Svelte framework with additional features. It is the official framework for building applications with Svelte.

SvelteKit builds on the principles of Svelte, a component-based framework that compiles your application code into highly efficient JavaScript code during the build process.

SvelteKit takes this a step further by providing a full-fledged application framework that offers features such as routing, server-side rendering (SSR), and code splitting out of the box.

In this article, you will explore SvelteKit and build a basic application using SvelteKit and Back4app.

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