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AWS Cheat Sheet – S3 Transfer Acceleration vs Direct Connect vs VPN vs Snowball vs Snowmobile

2019-11-05T01:10:38+00:00

S3 Transfer Acceleration vs Direct Connect vs VPN vs Snowball vs Snowmobile   References: https://aws.amazon.com/cloud-data-migration/ https://aws.amazon.com/s3/faqs/#s3ta https://aws.amazon.com/directconnect/faqs/ https://aws.amazon.com/vpn/faqs/ https://aws.amazon.com/snowball/faqs/ https://aws.amazon.com/snowmobile/faqs/ *** AWS Certifications are consistently among the top paying IT certifications in the world, considering that Amazon Web Services is the leading cloud services platform with almost 50% market share! Earn over $150,000 per year with an AWS certification! Subscribe to our newsletter and notifications for more helpful AWS cheat sheets and study guides like this and answer as many AWS practice exams as you can.🙂

AWS Cheat Sheet – S3 Transfer Acceleration vs Direct Connect vs VPN vs Snowball vs Snowmobile2019-11-05T01:10:38+00:00

AWS Cheat Sheet – Application Load Balancer vs Network Load Balancer vs Classic Load Balancer

2019-12-31T09:07:49+00:00

Application Load Balancer vs Network Load Balancer vs Classic Load Balancer Common features between the three load balancers Has instance health check features Has built-in CloudWatch monitoring Logging features Support zonal failover Support connection draining when deregistering targets/instances Support cross-zone load balancing (evenly distributes traffic across registered instances in enabled AZs) Support SSL offloading/termination Backend server encryption Resource-based IAM permission policies References: https://aws.amazon.com/elasticloadbalancing/features/ *** AWS Certifications are consistently among the top paying IT certifications in the world, considering that Amazon Web Services is the leading cloud services platform with almost 50% market share! Earn over $150,000 per year with an AWS certification! Subscribe [...]

AWS Cheat Sheet – Application Load Balancer vs Network Load Balancer vs Classic Load Balancer2019-12-31T09:07:49+00:00

AWS Cheat Sheet – Elastic Beanstalk vs CloudFormation vs OpsWorks vs CodeDeploy

2019-11-04T05:27:59+00:00

Elastic Beanstalk vs CloudFormation vs OpsWorks vs CodeDeploy   Additional Notes: Elastic Beanstalk, CloudFormation, or OpsWorks are particularly useful for blue-green deployment method as they provide a simple way to clone your running application stack. CloudFormation and OpsWorks are best suited for the prebaking AMIs. CodeDeploy and OpsWorks are best suited for performing in-place application upgrades. For disposable upgrades, you can set up a cloned environment with Elastic Beanstalk, CloudFormation, and OpsWorks.   References: https://aws.amazon.com/cloudformation/faqs/ https://aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/faqs/ https://d1.awsstatic.com/whitepapers/overview-of-deployment-options-on-aws.pdf https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2014/03/03/aws-cloudformation-supports-aws-opsworks/ https://aws.amazon.com/codedeploy/faqs/ *** AWS Certifications are consistently among the top paying IT certifications in the world, considering that Amazon Web Services is the leading [...]

AWS Cheat Sheet – Elastic Beanstalk vs CloudFormation vs OpsWorks vs CodeDeploy2019-11-04T05:27:59+00:00

AWS Cheat Sheet – Amazon Simple Workflow (SWF) vs AWS Step Functions vs Amazon SQS

2019-10-29T01:22:59+00:00

Amazon Simple Workflow (SWF) vs AWS Step Functions vs Amazon SQS Amazon Simple Workflow (SWF) A web service that makes it easy to coordinate work across distributed application components. In Amazon SWF, tasks represent invocations of logical steps in applications. Tasks are processed by workers which are programs that interact with Amazon SWF to get tasks, process them, and return their results. The coordination of tasks involves managing execution dependencies, scheduling, and concurrency in accordance with the logical flow of the application. AWS Step Functions A fully managed service that makes it easy to coordinate the components of distributed applications [...]

AWS Cheat Sheet – Amazon Simple Workflow (SWF) vs AWS Step Functions vs Amazon SQS2019-10-29T01:22:59+00:00

AWS Cheat Sheet – CloudWatch Agent vs SSM Agent vs Custom Daemon Scripts

2019-10-29T01:25:06+00:00

CloudWatch Agent vs SSM Agent vs Custom Daemon Scripts CloudWatch Agent SSM Agent (AWS Systems Manager) Custom Daemon Scripts CloudWatch agent allows you to collect more system-level metrics from your EC2 and on-premises servers than just the standard CloudWatch metrics. It also enables you to retrieve custom metrics from your applications or services using the StatsD and collectd protocols. StatsD is supported on both Linux servers and servers running Windows Server. collectd is supported only on Linux servers. You can use CloudWatch agent to collect logs from your servers and send them to CloudWatch Logs. Metrics collected by the CloudWatch [...]

AWS Cheat Sheet – CloudWatch Agent vs SSM Agent vs Custom Daemon Scripts2019-10-29T01:25:06+00:00

AWS Cheat Sheet – S3 Pre-signed URLs vs CloudFront Signed URLs vs Origin Access Identity (OAI)

2019-10-29T01:28:48+00:00

S3 Pre-signed URLs vs CloudFront Signed URLs vs Origin Access Identity (OAI) S3 Pre-signed URLs CloudFront Signed URLs Origin Access Identity (OAI) All S3 buckets and objects by default are private. Only the object owner has permission to access these objects. Pre-signed URLs use the owner’s security credentials to grant others time-limited permission to download or upload objects. When creating a pre-signed URL, you (as the owner) need to provide the following: Your security credentials An S3 bucket name An object key Specify the HTTP method (GET to download the object or PUT to upload an object) Expiration date and [...]

AWS Cheat Sheet – S3 Pre-signed URLs vs CloudFront Signed URLs vs Origin Access Identity (OAI)2019-10-29T01:28:48+00:00

S3 Transfer Acceleration vs Direct Connect vs VPN vs Snowball vs Snowmobile

2020-07-03T09:38:40+00:00

S3 Transfer Acceleration vs Direct Connect vs VPN vs Snowball vs Snowmobile   S3 Transfer Acceleration (TA) Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration makes public Internet transfers to S3 faster, as it leverages Amazon CloudFront’s globally distributed AWS Edge Locations. There is no guarantee that you will experience increased transfer speeds. If S3 Transfer Acceleration is not likely to be faster than a regular S3 transfer of the same object to the same destination AWS Region, AWS will not charge for the use of S3 TA for that transfer. This is not the best transfer service to use if transfer disruption is [...]

S3 Transfer Acceleration vs Direct Connect vs VPN vs Snowball vs Snowmobile2020-07-03T09:38:40+00:00

Application Load Balancer vs Network Load Balancer vs Classic Load Balancer

2020-07-07T07:29:26+00:00

Application Load Balancer vs Network Load Balancer vs Classic Load Balancer Common features between the three load balancers Has instance health check features Has built-in CloudWatch monitoring Logging features Support zonal failover Support connection draining when deregistering targets/instances Support cross-zone load balancing (evenly distributes traffic across registered instances in enabled AZs) Support SSL offloading/termination Backend server encryption Resource-based IAM permission policies Source: https://aws.amazon.com/elasticloadbalancing/features/ *** AWS Certifications are consistently among the top paying IT certifications in the world, considering that Amazon Web Services is the leading cloud services platform with almost 50% market share! Earn over $150,000 per year with an AWS certification! Subscribe [...]

Application Load Balancer vs Network Load Balancer vs Classic Load Balancer2020-07-07T07:29:26+00:00

Elastic Beanstalk vs CloudFormation vs OpsWorks vs CodeDeploy

2020-05-25T10:03:15+00:00

Elastic Beanstalk vs CloudFormation vs OpsWorks vs CodeDeploy   Additional Notes: Elastic Beanstalk, CloudFormation, or OpsWorks are particularly useful for blue-green deployment method as they provide a simple way to clone your running application stack. CloudFormation and OpsWorks are best suited for the prebaking AMIs. CodeDeploy and OpsWorks are best suited for performing in-place application upgrades. For disposable upgrades, you can set up a cloned environment with Elastic Beanstalk, CloudFormation, and OpsWorks.   References: https://aws.amazon.com/cloudformation/faqs/ https://aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/faqs/ https://d1.awsstatic.com/whitepapers/overview-of-deployment-options-on-aws.pdf https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2014/03/03/aws-cloudformation-supports-aws-opsworks/ https://aws.amazon.com/codedeploy/faqs/ *** AWS Certifications are consistently among the top paying IT certifications in the world, considering that Amazon Web Services is the leading [...]

Elastic Beanstalk vs CloudFormation vs OpsWorks vs CodeDeploy2020-05-25T10:03:15+00:00

Amazon Simple Workflow (SWF) vs AWS Step Functions vs Amazon SQS

2020-05-25T10:04:24+00:00

Amazon Simple Workflow (SWF) vs AWS Step Functions vs Amazon SQS Amazon Simple Workflow (SWF) A web service that makes it easy to coordinate work across distributed application components. In Amazon SWF, tasks represent invocations of logical steps in applications. Tasks are processed by workers which are programs that interact with Amazon SWF to get tasks, process them, and return their results. The coordination of tasks involves managing execution dependencies, scheduling, and concurrency in accordance with the logical flow of the application. AWS Step Functions A fully managed service that makes it easy to coordinate the components of distributed applications [...]

Amazon Simple Workflow (SWF) vs AWS Step Functions vs Amazon SQS2020-05-25T10:04:24+00:00
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