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AWS: Creating Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

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      This wizard will walk you through setting up a new load balancer. Begin by giving your new load balancer a unique name so that you can identify it from other load balancers you might create. You will also need to configure ports and protocols for your load balancer. Traffic from your clients can be routed from any load balancer port to any port on your EC2 instances. By default, we’ve configured your load balancer with a standard web server on port 80. Configure Health Check: Your load balancer will automatically perform health checks on your EC2 instances […]

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

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1. Choose AMI (Amazon Machine Image) 2. Choose Instance Type All instances Select an instance type to suit your requirements Size ECUs vCPUs Memory (GiB) Instance Storage (GiB) EBS-Optimized Available Network Performance 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 […]

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Amazon Web Services: Your AWS Account is Ready – Get Started Now

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Welcome to Amazon Web Services, You can get started by accessing the AWS Management Console, launching an Amazon EC2 Instance, or exploring popular software optimized for Amazon EC2 on AWS Marketplace. For the next 12 months, you will have free access to compute, storage, database, and application services. Learn more by visiting our Free Tierpage. Getting Started Resources Step-by-Step Instructions on How to Deploy Your Application Quick Start Tutorials for Developers Tool Downloads Billing Alerts Account Management & Credentials If you interact with AWS programmatically using the SDKs, Command Line Interface (CLI), or APIs, you must provide access keys to […]