AWS How-to Guides
AWS Cloud How-to Guides
A collection of useful guides to support you in performing your AWS cloud DevOp tasks.
The Amazon Machine Image (AMI) is the Amazon cloud server’s image. The AMI file contains all the information necessary to start a new pre-configured instance.
Important how-to guides that helps you deploy the prerequisites tools and manage your AWS account.
AWS CloudFront is a content delivery network CDN) offered by AWS cloud to speed up the distribution of static content, such as media files, html, js, css, etc
Amazon Elastic Block Store is the AWS cloud server’s drive. It is a storage that enables you to create volumes that can be mounted as devices by Amazon EC2 instances.
Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud Web service, which provides resizable computing capacity in the cloud so developers can enjoy great scalability for building applications.
Amazon cloud IP addresses services. Elastic IP is a static IP address you can allocate from Amazon cloud collection.
AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) enables you to securely control access to AWS services and resources for your users.
Amazon S3 provides a simple web services interface that can be used to store and retrieve data.
Amazon AWS cloud firewall that controls the traffic allowed into a group of instances.
AWS Guide Courses
We are pleased to offer you a series of free AWS courses to help you better manage and optimize your cloud usage. Each course covers basic information, tips, best practices, Dos and Don’ts, and more.
Our course offerings include:
- Cost Management – Ineffective use of AWS can get expensive. And no one wants to throw their money away. This course helps identify ways to save money on your AWS environment, planning for elasticity and future growth, so that you can reduce costs now. For details, click here.
- Security Management Course – IT and cloud deployment managers are constantly striving to achieve maximum security for their data. This course helps you identify ways to achieve maximum security in your AWS environment, including how to create security groups (SG) based on application tiers to restrict access to back office applications, and how to enable SSH and RDP access. For details, click here.
- Availability Management Course – This course focuses on ways to assure availability and avoid single points of failure in EC2 cloud deployments. For details, click here.