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AWS Cloud EC2


AWS EC2 - Virtual Cloud Server

EC2 is a virtual server in the AWS Cloud.

AWS EC2 is short for AWS Elastic Cloud Compute.

It makes scaling of capacity up and down easy.


Introduction to AWS EC2 Video

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Why AWS EC2?

It makes the process of increasing and decreasing capacity easier.

As a result, you can access the resources at demand.

No upfront investment is needed.

You only pay for what you need.

EC2 is secure.


Get Started With AWS EC2

You can get started with EC2 in three steps.


1. Launch

Start with selecting a template with basic configurations.

The config includes the operating system, application server, or applications.

Next, decide the instance type and hardware configuration of your instance.

Finally, specify the security settings to control the traffic in and out of your instance.

You will learn more about cloud security later in this tutorial.


2. Connect

There are many ways to connect an instance.

Programs and applications have multiple connection methods to exchange data.

Users can connect and access the computer desktop by logging in.



3. Use

Once connected, you can use the instance.

Execute commands to install software, add storage, copy, and organize files, and much more.


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Exercise:

Complete the full name of AWS EC2.

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Relevant Specializations and Guided Projects

  1. Create Virtual Machine EC2
  2. Deploy Wordpress Site EC2