Best practices with AWS Fargate regarding handling a volume for the blog

Hi, I’m about to deploy the latest Ghost Docker image to AWS Fargate and trying to figure out what would be a best practice to handle blog data. On a local machine, it’s obvious that I attach the blog as a volume with the -v flag, but on Fargate I may need to choose between EFS and bind mounts (ephemeral storage).

I suspect that EFS comes with a network lag that won’t be good for running the blog. Do you have experience with that?
Bind mounts should be fast but seem problematic as if the container dies, so does the data and that should be avoided even preparing for accidental cases.

Is there a best practice here? What do people using dockerized Ghost do in this case?