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Hands-On With Amazon Web Services (AWS) - part 2

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Slides used for the workshop "Hands-On With Amazon Web Services (AWS)" in December 2012. …

Slides used for the workshop "Hands-On With Amazon Web Services (AWS)" in December 2012.

P3 InfoTech Solutions Pvt. Ltd. helps organizations achieve business breakthroughs by adopting Cloud Computing through our Outsourced Product Development and Cloud Consulting service offerings. Check out our service offerings at http://www.p3infotech.in.

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  • 1. HANDS-ON WITH AMAZON WEBSERVICES (AWS)PART 2 – HANDS-ON SESSION8-Dec-2012Pavan VermaFounder, P3 InfoTech Solutions Pvt. Ltd.http://p3infotech.in, pavan@p3infotech.in
  • 2. Session Agenda• AWS console• EC2
  • 3. AWS Console• Login to AWS console• 2 ways to do this • Create your own AWS account • Need a credit card • Use an IAM account created for you
  • 4. EC2• Create EC2 instance• Login to EC2 instance• Setup Wordpress on EC2• Stop/Start the EC2 instance• Monitor your EC2 instance• Stop the EC2 instance
  • 5. Create an EC2 instance• Region• AZ – Availability Zone• EC2 Instance Type• AMI – Amazon Machine Images• Use EBS as root storage
  • 6. Login to EC2 instance• Using Remot Desktop (for Windows) orSSH (for Linux)