Guides for AWS

Amazon Web Services Guide
I have started new series of simple easy-to work with guides for Amazon Web Services (AWS).

I will write on simple to advanced topics on AWS and I will keep on updating the below list very frequently... 

So bookmark this page for future and I assure you will not regret it. :)

In case you have any suggestions, please feel free to email or leave a comment.

Before you proceed with the guides, I would highly recommend you to go through below video and slides for understanding AWS and the different services in the ecosystem.

How-tos :

  • AWS Account

      • Installing AWS Command Line Tools

      • EC2 :

        • Understanding Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) Terminology
        • Launch On-demand Instance using Classic Wizard
        • Launch On-demand Instance using Quick Launch Wizard
        • Access an On-demand Linux Instance
        • Access an On-demand Windows Instance
        • Create Key-Pair
        • Understand, Create and Configure EC2 Security Group
        • Create and use Elastic IP
        • Create a custom AMI using AWS Management Console (EBS)
        • Create a custom AMI using Command line APIs for Instance-store

        • EBS :

          • Create EBS Volume (with and without snapshot)
          • Attach EBS Volume to Linux instance
          • Attach EBS Volume to Windows instance
          • Create Snapshot from an EBS volume
          • Create AMI from EBS Volume / Snapshot
          •  Increase size of an EBS volume (without deleting data)

          • Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

            • Create ELB (HTTP)
            • Create ELB (HTTPS)
            • Associate with an Instance
            • Remove ELB from an instance

            • Auto-Scaling

            • CloudWatch

            • Identity and Access Management (IAM)

            • Simple Storage Service (S3)

            • Elastic MapReduce (EMR)

            and more to come...

            AWS Resources Quick Links :

            Please find below compiled important references for Amazon Web Services: