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Amazon EBS


Bookmarks Features Types of EBS Volumes Encryption Monitoring Modifying the Size EBS Snapshots Amazon EBS Optimized Instances Pricing Improving Performance Free Amazon EBS Tutorials on YouTube Other Amazon EBS-related Cheat Sheets Validate Your Knowledge Amazon EBS Cheat Sheet 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 [...]

Amazon EBS2023-01-31T02:10:50+00:00

Amazon S3


Bookmarks Buckets Data Consistency Model Storage Classes S3 API Bucket Configurations Objects Pricing Networking Security Encryption Monitoring S3 Events Notification Amazon S3 Best Practices from AWS re:Invent Amazon S3 Related Cheat Sheets Validate Your Knowledge Amazon S3 Cheat Sheet S3 stores data as objects within buckets. An object consists of a file and optionally any metadata that describes that file. A key is a unique identifier for an object within a bucket. Storage capacity is virtually unlimited. Buckets For each bucket, you [...]

Amazon S32023-02-02T01:36:47+00:00

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)


Bookmarks Features Instance States Root Device Volumes AMI Pricing Security Networking Monitoring Instance Metadata and User Data Placement Groups Rules Storage Amazon EC2 Related Cheatsheets Validate Your Knowledge Amazon EC2 Cheat Sheet A Linux-based/Windows-based/Mac-based virtual server that you can provision. You are limited to running On-Demand Instances per your vCPU-based On-Demand Instance limit, purchasing 20 Reserved Instances, and requesting Spot Instances per your dynamic Spot limit per region. Amazon EC2 Features The AWS Nitro System is the underlying platform of the next generation [...]

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)2023-01-31T06:37:47+00:00

AWS Well-Architected Framework – Disaster Recovery


Bookmarks Backup and Restore Pilot Light Warm Standby Multi-Site Services 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 [...]

AWS Well-Architected Framework – Disaster Recovery2023-01-26T09:08:17+00:00

AWS Well-Architected Framework – Design Principles


Bookmarks Scalability Disposable Resources Instead of Fixed Servers Automation Loose Coupling Services Not Servers Databases Managing Increasing Volumes of Data Removing Single Points of Failure Optimize for Cost Caching Security Cloud Architecture Best Practices 1. Scalability Scaling Horizontally - an increase in the number of resources Scaling Vertically -  an increase in the specifications of an individual resource 2. Disposable Resources Instead of Fixed Servers Instantiating Compute Resources - automate setting up of new resources along with their configuration and code Infrastructure as Code - [...]

AWS Well-Architected Framework – Design Principles2023-01-26T08:55:11+00:00

AWS Well-Architected Framework – Six Pillars


Bookmarks Operational Excellence Security Reliability Performance Efficiency Cost Optimization Sustainability Having well-architected systems greatly increases the plausibility of business success which is why AWS created the AWS Well-Architected Framework. This framework is composed of six pillars that help you understand the pros and cons of decisions you make while building cloud architectures and systems on the AWS platform. You will learn the architectural best practices for designing and operating reliable, efficient, cost-effective and secure systems in the cloud by using the framework. It also provides a way [...]

AWS Well-Architected Framework – Six Pillars2023-01-26T09:05:00+00:00

AWS Pricing


There are three fundamental drivers of cost with AWS: Compute Storage Outbound data transfer. AWS offers pay-as-you-go for pricing. For certain services like Amazon EC2, Amazon EMR, and Amazon RDS, you can invest in reserved capacity. With Reserved Instances, you can save up to 75% over equivalent on-demand capacity. When you buy Reserved Instances, the larger the upfront payment, the greater the discount. With the All Upfront option, you pay for the entire Reserved Instance term with one upfront payment. This option provides you with the largest discount compared to On-Demand instance pricing. With the Partial Upfront option, you make [...]

AWS Pricing2023-01-26T09:02:05+00:00

AWS Global Infrastructure


Amazon Web Services provides the most extensive global footprint compared to any other cloud provider in the market, and it opens up new regions faster than others. In the short video lecture below, we'll discuss the AWS global infrastructure and briefly talk about availability zones and regions in AWS.   AWS Global Cloud Infrastructure AWS provides the most extensive global footprint compared to any other cloud providers in the market, and it opens up new regions faster than others/. AWS maintains numerous geographic regions around the globe, from North America, South America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East. AWS [...]

AWS Global Infrastructure2023-01-26T08:49:16+00:00

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