Tutorial Category: AWS

AWS (Amazon Web Services) is a cloud computing platform that provides a wide range of services and tools for building and managing scalable and reliable applications in the cloud. AWS offers a vast array of services, including compute, storage, databases, analytics, machine learning, security, and more. These services are designed to be flexible, cost-effective, and scalable, enabling organizations of all sizes to leverage the power of cloud computing. Some of the key benefits of AWS include increased flexibility, improved reliability and scalability, reduced costs, and faster time to market. AWS is used by businesses of all sizes, from small startups to large enterprises, and has become one of the leading cloud computing providers in the world.

Launch and SSH (from Windows) to AWS EC2 Instance

An instance is a virtual environment in the AWS cloud to run applications on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure. Users can use Amazon Machine Image (AMI)...

Backup and Reusing of AMI with Snapshot

For various reasons, the current image of the instance needs to be saved. The user may want to reuse the image with the necessary packages pre-installed. This is...

AWS DynamoDB, RDS, and Read Replica

AWS provides both SQL and NoSQL database services. RDS is a SQL database and DynamoDB is a NoSQL database. There are benefits to both types of databases; it depends...

AWS S3 Storage Class

What is S3Amazon Simple Storage Service or S3 stores objects (files). The objects are stored in buckets. A single account can open up to a maximum of 100 buckets....

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