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Published on June 21, 2018

Author: sudamjena

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slide 2:  AWS is Amazon’s umbrella description of all of their web-based technology services.  Mainly infrastructure services: ◦ Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud EC2 ◦ Amazon Simple Storage Service S3 ◦ Amazon Simple Queue Service SQS ◦ Amazon CloudFront ◦ Amazon SimpleDB slide 3:  EC2 provides web services API for provisioning managing and deprovioning virtual servers inside amazon cloud.  Applications anywhere on the Internet can launch a virtual server in the amazon cloud with a single web services call either REST or SOAP WS call slide 4:  Instance –store : disappears with the instance transient  Block storage: SAN-like persists across time  S3 is independent of an instance: for archival purposes: vault: store it now and retrieve it at a later date  Amazon: SimpleDB: Relational database better than MySQl or Oracle for reliability. slide 5:  Cloud-based content distributing network enables you to place the content at the edges of the network for rapid delivery.  Place the contents in S3 and run the application from anywhere and the content is moved to where the application is to the edges. slide 6:  Amazon web services API support the ability to:  Find buckets and objects  Discover their meta data  Create new buckets  Upload new objects  Delete existing buckets and objects  When manipulating the buckets you can optionally specify where they should be stored.  Use REST API preferably something that abstracts out even that: Jets3t s3cmd command line  BitTorrent access to S3 is also available slide 7:  Flat namespace  Names may contain only lowercase letters numbers periods underscores and dashes and must start with a number or letter  Create your own namespace with your own bcukets slide 8:  See figure 2.1  Instance: virtual server running a guest os of your choice  AMI: Pristine image of your server so that you can launch any number of instance from this. Minimally machine image will operating systems + pre-installed tools.  Elastic IP address: Not static not dynamic but elastic an IP reserved for your use disappears once the server is terminated. slide 9:  Availability zone: Any two availability zones are guaranteed to share any common points of failure US EU Asia/Pacific  Security group: define the firewall/security. Defines what can talk to your instances. Ex http and not sftp etc.  Snap shot: You can take snapshots of block volume that can be formatted etc and is stored in S3 for later use or for rollback etc.  What is the difference between instances and machine images

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