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File Storage is a fully-managed cloud storage service that supports NFS v. 3 along with NLM for full POSIX semantics. File Storage supports full elasticity in the cloud to provide incomparable scalability so that you can start small and grow to 8 exabytes in every file system. With File Storage, you only pay for capacity stored monthly.
File systems are for storing and organizing your data and its metadata. Learn how they work in this video with Mona Khabazan, principal product manager for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
File Storage performance can be impacted by a number of client side variables, including available bandwidth, mount options, latency, workload and access patterns, and capacity.
There are four distinct and separate layers of security to consider when using the File Storage service. Each layer has its own authorization entities and methods which are separate from the other layers.
NFS export options enable you to create more granular access control than is possible using security list rules alone to limit VCN access. Exports control how NFS clients access file systems when connecting to a mount target.
File Storage provides snapshot capabilities for replications, backup, and looking into the past for running experiments. Snapshots are copy-on-write; hence, space efficient. You can take up to 10,000 snapshots for every file system via Console, CLI, SDK, Terraform and also from the file system itself.
In this tutorial, you will configure a security list to create and access a file system. You need a security list to allow the network to pass the necessary traffic for proper operations of the file system.

Sharing the Application Tier File System in Oracle E-Business Suite using Oracle File Storage

In this tutorial, you’ll use Oracle Cloud Infrastructure File Storage to create a shared application tier file system for Oracle E-Business Suite. In a shared file system, all application tier files are installed on a shared disk resource, which is mounted on each application tier node.
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