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Amazon Web Services (AWS) : Building type t1.micro instance

1. Choose AMI (Amazon Machine Image)

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2. Choose Instance Type

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All instances

Select an instance type to suit your requirements

Size ECUsclip_image001[12]

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Memory (GiB)

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t1.micro

up to 2

1

0.613

EBS only

Very Low

m1.small

1

1

1.7

1 x 160

Low

m1.medium

2

1

3.7

1 x 410

Moderate

m1.large

4

2

7.5

2 x 420

Yes

Moderate

m1.xlarge

8

4

15

4 x 420

Yes

High

m3.medium

3

1

3.75

1 x 4 (SSD)

Moderate

m3.large

6.5

2

7.5

1 x 32 (SSD)

Moderate

m3.xlarge

13

4

15

2 x 40 (SSD)

Yes

High

m3.2xlarge

26

8

30

2 x 80 (SSD)

Yes

High

m2.xlarge

6.5

2

17.1

1 x 420

Moderate

m2.2xlarge

13

4

34.2

1 x 850

Yes

Moderate

m2.4xlarge

26

8

68.4

2 x 840

Yes

High

i2.xlarge

14

4

30.5

1 x 800 (SSD)

Yes

Moderate

i2.2xlarge

27

8

61

2 x 800 (SSD)

Yes

High

i2.4xlarge

53

16

122

4 x 800 (SSD)

Yes

High

i2.8xlarge

104

32

244

8 x 800 (SSD)

10 Gigabit

hs1.8xlarge

35

16

117

24 x 2048

10 Gigabit

c1.medium

5

2

1.7

1 x 350

Moderate

c1.xlarge

20

8

7

4 x 420

Yes

High

c3.large

7

2

3.75

2 x 16 (SSD)

Moderate

c3.xlarge

14

4

7.5

2 x 40 (SSD)

Yes

Moderate

c3.2xlarge

28

8

15

2 x 80 (SSD)

Yes

High

c3.4xlarge

55

16

30

2 x 160 (SSD)

Yes

High

c3.8xlarge

108

32

60

2 x 320 (SSD)

10 Gigabit

M1, C1, M2 and HI1 instances are based on Intel Xeon processors.

For M3, CC2 and CR1 instances, each vCPU is a hardware hyperthread from Intel Xeon E5-2670 processors.

For HS1 instances, each vCPU is a hardware hyperthread from Intel Xeon E5-2650 processors.

CG1 instances are backed by 2 x Intel Xeon X5570, quad-core with hyperthread plus 2 NVIDIA Tesla M2050 GPUs.

HI1 instances can deliver more than 120,000 4 KB random read IOPS, and between 10,000 and 85,000 4 KB random write IOPS (depending on active logical block addressing span) to applications. The maximum sequential throughput is approximately 2 GB/s read and 1.1 GB/s write.

HS1 instances can deliver 2.4 GB/s of 2 MB sequential read performance, and 2.6 GB/s of sequential write performance.

Each I2 virtual CPU (vCPU) is a hardware hyperthread from an Intel Xeon E5-2670 v2 (Ivy Bridge) processor

Instances launched into the same cluster placement group are placed into a non-blocking 10 Gigabit ethernet network.

Currently selected: t1.micro (up to 2 ECUs, 1 vCPUs, 0.613 GiB memory, EBS only)

All instance types Micro instances

Free tier eligible

General purpose

Memory optimized

Storage optimized

Compute optimized

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p>Micro instances

Micro instances are a low-cost instance option, providing a small amount of CPU resources. They are suited for lower throughput applications, and websites that require additional compute cycles periodically, but are not appropriate for applications that require sustained CPU performance. Popular uses for micro instances include low traffic websites or blogs, small administrative applications, bastion hosts, and free trials to explore EC2 functionality.

Size

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vCPUsclip_image001[1]

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Instance Storage (GiB)clip_image001[2]

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t1.micro

up to 2

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0.613

EBS only

Very Low

Micro instances are eligible for the AWS free usage tier. For the first 12 months following your AWS sign-up date, you get up to 750 hours of micro instances each month. When your free usage tier expires or if your usage exceeds the free tier restrictions, you pay standard, pay-as-you-go service rates.

Learn more about free usage tier eligibility and restrictions

3. Configure Instance

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4. Add Storage

Your instance will be launched with the following storage device settings. You can attach additional EBS volumes and instance store volumes to your instance, or edit the settings of the root volume. You can also attach additional EBS volumes after launching an instance, but not instance store volumes. Learn more about storage options in Amazon EC2.

Free tier eligible customers can get up to 30 GB of EBS storage. Learn more about free usage tier eligibility and usage restrictions

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5. Tag Instance

A tag consists of a case-sensitive key-value pair. For example, you could define a tag with key = Name and value = Webserver. Learn more about tagging your Amazon EC2 resources.

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6. Configure Security Group

A security group is a set of firewall rules that control the traffic for your instance. On this page, you can add rules to allow specific traffic to reach your instance. For example, if you want to set up a web server and allow Internet traffic to reach your instance, add rules that allow unrestricted access to the HTTP and HTTPS ports. You can create a new security group or select from an existing one below. Learn more about Amazon EC2 security groups.

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7. Review

Please review your instance launch details. You can go back to edit changes for each section. Click Launch to assign a key pair to your instance and complete the launch process.

AMI Details

Edit AMI

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Free tier eligible

Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Base – ami-dccc998e

Microsoft Windows 2012 Standard edition with 64-bit architecture. [English]

Root Device Type: ebs Virtualization type: hvm

Instance Type

Edit instance type

Instance Type

ECUs

vCPUs

Memory (GiB)

Instance Storage (GiB)

EBS-Optimized Available

Network Performance

t1.micro

up to 2

1

0.613

EBS only

Very Low

Security Groups

Edit security groups

Security group name

Web-SRV-Access

Description

Allow RDP and HTTP(s) Access to web server

Protocol

Type

Port Range (Code)

Source

RDP

   

TCP

   

3389

   

61.12.108.194/32

   

HTTP

   

TCP

   

80

   

0.0.0.0/0

   

HTTPS

   

TCP

   

443

   

0.0.0.0/0

   

SSH

   

TCP

   

22

   

61.12.108.194/32

   

Instance Details

Edit instance details

Number of instances

1

Purchasing option

On demand

Network

vpc-f3160491

   

Subnet

subnet-8fa4bfed

   

EBS-optimized

No

   

Monitoring

No

   

Termination protection

No

   

Shutdown behavior

Stop

   

IAM role

None

   

Tenancy

default

                   

User data

     

Assign Public IP

Yes

   

Network interfaces

     
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Storage

Edit storage

Type

Device

Snapshot

Size (GB)

Volume Type

IOPS

Delete on Termination

Root

/dev/sda1

snap-248eab11

1

   

standard

   

N/A

   

Yes

   

Tags

Edit tags

Key

Value

Name

   

Windows 2012 Web Server

 

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Select an existing key pair or create a new key pair

A key pair consists of a public key that AWS stores, and a private key file that you store. Together, they allow you to connect to your instance securely. For Windows AMIs, the private key file is required to obtain the password used to log into your instance. For Linux AMIs, the private key file allows you to securely SSH into your instance.

You have to download the private key file (*.pem file) before you can continue.Store it in a secure and accessible location. You will not be able to download the file again after it’s created.

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Launch Status

Launch Failed

Volume of size 1GB is smaller than snapshot ‘snap-248eab11’, expect size >= 30GB

Hide launch log

Creating security group

Successful (sg-dfcfd6bd)

Authorizing inbound rules

Successful

Initiating launch

FailureRetry

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A snapshot is a backup of an EC2 volume that’s stored in S3. You can create a new volume using data stored in a snapshot by entering the snapshot’s ID. You can search for public snapshots by typing text in the Snapshot field. Descriptions are case-sensitive.

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Launch Status

Your instance is now launching

The following instance launch has been initiated: i-d4db3cfc View launch log

Get notified of estimated charges

Create billing alerts to get an email notification when estimated charges on your AWS bill exceed $0.0 (in other words, when you have exceeded the free usage tier).

How to connect to your instance

Your instance is launching, and it may take a few minutes until it is in the running state, when it will be ready for you to use. Usage hours on your new instance will start immediately and continue to accrue until you stop or terminate your instance.

Click View Instances to monitor your instance’s status. Once your instance is in the running state, you can connect to it from the Instances screen. Find out how to connect to your instance.

Here are some helpful resources to get you started

While your instances are launching you can also

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Retrieve Default Windows Administrator Password

Your password is not ready

Password generation can sometimes take more than 30 minutes. Please wait at least 15 minutes after launching an instance before trying to retrieve the generated password. Try again.

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Retrieve Default Windows Administrator Password

Password Decryption Successful

The password for instance i-ffdfdf (Windows 2012 Web Server) was successfully decrypted.

Password Change Recommended

We recommend that you change your password to one that you will remember and know privately. Please note th
at passwords can persist through bundling phases and will not be retrievable through this tool. It is therefore important that you change your password to one that you will remember if you intend to bundle a new AMI from this instance.

You can connect remotely using this information:

Public IP

User name
Administrator

Password
abdcefgh

 

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Accessing instance via RDP using public IP.

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