AWS Basics: Beginners Guide

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This book is an exploration of the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). The first part of the book is a guide for you on what the Amazon EC2 is. This allow those who are not aware of what Ec2 is to learn more about it. The book then guides you on how to get started with Amazon EC2. If you are a user, you will learn the tasks that you have to do to begin using it. Of course, one begins by creating an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account. This book guides you on how to create your AWS account. Each account on AWS must belong to a security group. This defines how access is done. This book also guides you on how to create such a security group. The security groups are associated with accounts. You are guided on how to add your account to a particular security group. An identity and access management user is also good for an AWS account. This book guides you on the steps for creating one. After the second chapter, you will have learned how to setup your AWS EC2 account, and it will be working as you expected. The book then guides you on how to deploy a MEAN App to the Amazon EC2. In this chapter, you will be using theMongoDB. You will learn how to use it as DaaS, and how to install it and use it in your EC2 Instance. The book also guides you on how to run a Tableau Server on EC2 Instances. The following topics are discussed in this book: - What is Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud? - Account Setup in Amazon EC2 - Deployment of MEAN App to the Amazon EC2 - Running Tableau Server on EC2 Instances

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