AWS Cheat Sheets

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AWS Elastic Beanstalk


AWS Elastic Beanstalk Allows you to quickly deploy and manage applications in the AWS Cloud without worrying about the infrastructure that runs those applications. Elastic Beanstalk automatically handles the details of capacity provisioning, load balancing, scaling, and application health monitoring for your applications. It is a Platform-as-a-Service Elastic Beanstalk supports the following languages: Go Java .NET Node.js PHP Python Ruby Elastic Beanstalk supports the following web containers: Tomcat Passenger Puma Elastic Beanstalk supports Docker containers. Elastic Beanstalk Workflow Your application’s domain name is in the format: Environment Pages The Configuration page shows the resources provisioned for this environment. This [...]

AWS Elastic Beanstalk2018-12-10T06:32:53+00:00

Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR)


Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR) A managed AWS Docker registry service. Amazon ECR is a regional service. Features ECR supports Docker Registry HTTP API V2 allowing you to use Docker CLI commands or your preferred Docker tools in maintaining your existing development workflow. ECR stores both the containers you create and any container software you buy through AWS Marketplace. ECR stores your container images in Amazon S3. ECR supports the ability to define and organize repositories in your registry using namespaces. You can transfer your container images to and from Amazon ECR via HTTPS. Components Registry A registry is provided [...]

Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR)2018-12-10T06:08:43+00:00

AWS Batch


AWS Batch Enables you to run batch computing workloads on the AWS Cloud. It is a regional service that simplifies running batch jobs across multiple AZs within a region. Features Batch manages compute environments and job queues, allowing you to easily run thousands of jobs of any scale using EC2 and EC2 Spot. Batch chooses where to run the jobs, launching additional AWS capacity if needed. Batch carefully monitors the progress of your jobs. When capacity is no longer needed, it will be removed. Batch provides the ability to submit jobs that are part of a pipeline or workflow, enabling [...]

AWS Batch2018-12-10T06:05:20+00:00

Amazon Elastic Container Service ( Amazon ECS )


Amazon Elastic Container Service ( Amazon ECS ) A container management service to run, stop, and manage Docker containers on a cluster. ECS can be used to create a consistent deployment and build experience, manage, and scale batch and Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) workloads, and build sophisticated application architectures on a microservices model. Amazon ECS is a regional service. Features You can create ECS clusters within a new or existing VPC. After a cluster is up and running, you can define task definitions and services that specify which Docker container images to run across your clusters. AWS Compute SLA guarantees a Monthly [...]

Amazon Elastic Container Service ( Amazon ECS )2018-12-10T06:00:20+00:00

Amazon Relational Database Service ( Amazon RDS )


Amazon Relational Database Service ( Amazon RDS ) Industry-standard relational database RDS manages backups, software patching, automatic failure detection, and recovery. You can have automated backups performed when you need them, or manually create your own backup snapshot. You can use these backups to restore a database. Supports MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server. You can get high availability with a primary instance and a synchronous secondary instance that you can fail over to when problems occur. You can also use MySQL, MariaDB, or PostgreSQL Read Replicas to increase read scaling. Basic building block of RDS is the DB [...]

Amazon Relational Database Service ( Amazon RDS )2018-12-05T11:26:35+00:00

Amazon DynamoDB


Amazon DynamoDB NoSQL database service that provides fast and predictable performance with seamless scalability. Offers encryption at rest. You can create database tables that can store and retrieve any amount of data, and serve any level of request traffic. You can scale up or scale down your tables' throughput capacity without downtime or performance degradation, and use the AWS Management Console to monitor resource utilization and performance metrics. Provides on-demand backup capability as well as enable point-in-time recovery for your DynamoDB tables. With point-in-time recovery, you can restore that table to any point in time during the last 35 days. [...]

Amazon DynamoDB2018-12-04T21:41:41+00:00

Amazon EBS


Amazon EBS Block level storage volumes for use with EC2 instances. Well-suited for use as the primary storage for file systems, databases, or for any applications that require fine granular updates and access to raw, unformatted, block-level storage. Well-suited to both database-style applications (random reads and writes), and to throughput-intensive applications (long, continuous reads and writes). New EBS volumes receive their maximum performance the moment that they are available and do not require initialization (formerly known as pre-warming). However, storage blocks on volumes that were restored from snapshots must be initialized (pulled down from Amazon S3 and written to the [...]

Amazon EBS2018-12-04T21:42:10+00:00

Amazon S3


Amazon S3 S3 stores data as objects within buckets. An object consists of a file and optionally any metadata that describes that file. A key is the unique identifier for an object within a bucket. Storage capacity is virtually unlimited. Buckets For each bucket, you can: Control access to it (create, delete, and list objects in the bucket) View access logs for it and its objects Choose the geographical region where to store the bucket and its contents. Bucket name must be a unique DNS-compliant name. The name must be unique across all existing bucket names in Amazon S3. After [...]

Amazon S32018-12-04T21:42:44+00:00

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud ( Amazon EC2 )


Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud ( Amazon EC2 ) A Linux-based/Windows-based virtual server that you can provision. You are limited to running up to a total of 20 On-Demand instances across the instance family, purchasing 20 Reserved Instances, and requesting Spot Instances per your dynamic Spot limit per region. Features Server environments called instances. Package OS and additional installations in a reusable template called Amazon Machine Images. Various configurations of CPU, memory, storage, and networking capacity for your instances, known as instance types t-type and m-type for general purpose c-type for compute optimized r-type, x-type and z-type for memory optimized d-type, [...]

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud ( Amazon EC2 )2018-12-04T21:43:15+00:00

AWS Well-Architected Framework – Disaster Recovery


AWS Well-Architected Framework - Disaster Recovery RTO is the time it takes after a disruption to restore a business process to its service level. RPO is the acceptable amount of data loss measured in time before the disaster occurs. Disaster Recovery With AWS Backup and Restore - storing backup data on S3 and recover data quickly and reliably. Pilot Light for Quick Recovery into AWS - quicker recovery time than backup and restore because core pieces of the system are already running and are continually kept up to date. Warm Standby Solution - a scaled-down version of a fully functional [...]

AWS Well-Architected Framework – Disaster Recovery2018-12-04T21:43:44+00:00

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