Last updated：2021-11-15 20:30:32
KFS supports the NFS 3.0, CIFS, SMB 2.0, SMB 2.5, and SMB 3.0 protocols. You can run the standard mount command of your operating system to mount a KFS file system.
KFS can automatically scale a file system based on the capacity of the files to be stored. The scaling does not interrupt requests or applications. KMS ensures that exclusive storage resources are used and simplifies management.
KFS features high availability and persistence. Each file stored in a KFS file system has three replicas. KFS supports virtual private clouds (VPCs). You can use Identity and Access Management (IAM) to grant permissions on KFS to IAM users.
KFS uses the Pay-As-You-Go billing mode and requires no minimum consumption. KFS saves you early deployment and future O&M costs. KFS allows multiple KEC instances to share the same storage space by using the NFS or CIFS/SMB protocol. You do not need to purchase other storage services or configure caching.