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Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling Lifecycle Hooks

2021-05-12T06:03:34+00:00

Bookmarks Auto Scaling Lifecycle Hooks Configure Lifecycle Hooks on your Auto Scaling Groups Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling allows you to scale-out or scale-in your EC2 instances automatically based on policies you configured in response to changing demand on your application. Auto Scaling Groups lets you set a minimum and maximum number of EC2 instances to automatically resize your cluster based on a defined schedule or instance metrics such as CPU utilization, network traffic, etc. This is an excellent way to cut costs and make sure you have the correct number of instances since traffic on [...]

Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling Lifecycle Hooks2021-05-12T06:03:34+00:00

Increasing MTU for Your EC2 Instance

2021-05-03T13:34:43+00:00

What is MTU? MTU (maximum transmission unit) is the maximum size of one packet of data that can be transferred in a network. The default MTU size for Ethernet devices is 1500 bytes. This packet size contains the actual payload data as well as network overhead information needed for communication within the network. All AWS EC2 instances support the default MTU size. But many current instance sizes support 9001 MTU, also referred to as jumbo frames. Enabling jumbo frames for supported EC2 instances can be beneficial because it improves network efficiency by allowing your instance to send fewer packets with [...]

Increasing MTU for Your EC2 Instance2021-05-03T13:34:43+00:00

Locking your Glacier Vault using the Amazon S3 Glacier API

2023-02-02T09:30:33+00:00

What is Amazon S3 Glacier Vault Lock A Glacier Vault can be described as a container for your archived objects in S3 Glacier. To begin using Amazon S3 Glacier, you need a vault. Creating and deleting vaults can be easily done in the AWS Management Console, but interacting with them requires you to use the APIs. For example, let’s say you want to upload images or log files to your vault. To do so, you would either use the AWS CLI or write code that would upload these objects. Large corporations often have compliance requirements with how they store their [...]

Locking your Glacier Vault using the Amazon S3 Glacier API2023-02-02T09:30:33+00:00

Amazon S3 Bucket Policies for VPC Endpoints

2023-02-02T09:28:17+00:00

Amazon S3 and Amazon VPC Relationship Amazon S3 is a versatile object storage solution that boasts virtually unlimited storage capacity. You can expect that your files will be durably stored in S3 given that AWS provides an SLA for this service. When creating your S3 bucket, AWS provides you with a unique bucket URL that you can use to access your S3 bucket directly from the public internet, if you have public access enabled.  Amazon S3 is a service that is not used within a VPC. This means that traffic does not pass through VPC resources such as internet gateways [...]

Amazon S3 Bucket Policies for VPC Endpoints2023-02-02T09:28:17+00:00

Customer Master Key (CMK) Policy Management in AWS KMS

2023-02-03T10:12:12+00:00

What is a Customer Master Key (CMK)? In security, a master key is what you use to encrypt all other encryption keys in your system. Customer master keys are logical representations of a master key. They are the primary resources in AWS KMS. The CMK contains the key material used to encrypt and decrypt data. It also contains metadata such as the key ID, creation date, description, and key state. You can start using AWS KMS through the web console or via API. There are two types of CMKs that you can create in AWS KMS: symmetric CMK and asymmetric [...]

Customer Master Key (CMK) Policy Management in AWS KMS2023-02-03T10:12:12+00:00

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