Amazon Web Services – Connecting to your Linux Instance

We have already launched a free instance of an Amazon AMI in our last post. Now we’ll look at the ways you’ll connect to your Linux instance.  This will be a lengthy post, mainly due to the fact that there will be a lot of “showing” along the way. Connecting to a Linux AMI – Read more about Amazon Web Services – Connecting to your Linux Instance[…]

Amazon Web Services – Getting Started

Hopefully you have already signed up for your Amazon Web Services (AWS) account. It’s simple & straight forward so I won’t be going over that here. Once you are signed in, you will go to your control panel, shown below. Once you can see this screen you are on your way to playing in the Read more about Amazon Web Services – Getting Started[…]

Amazon Web Services – Take it to the Cloud

Should I use Amazon Web Services (AWS)? If you don’t have already have an AWS account, now is the time to get one.  New AWS accounts are eligible for one free year of running a micro EC2 instance.  Specifically, it allows you to run one micro instance for 750 hours a month for 12 months.  Read more about Amazon Web Services – Take it to the Cloud[…]