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One of the advantages of Amazon RDS is that you can easily select and change the amount of compute and storage resources available to your DB Instance. This guide will assist you in the process of choosing the initial capacity of your DB Instances and show you how to change the resources available to existing DB Instances.
Last Modified: Feb 15, 2014 16:10 PM GMT
Amazon RDS provides system resource utilization metrics for each of your DB Instances to assist you in choosing DB Instance classes and allocating storage capacity. This document describes how to access these metrics and provides examples using the Amazon CloudWatch API Tools.
Last Modified: Feb 15, 2014 16:09 PM GMT
This article provides all the necessary resources, including an easy-to-use script,and instructions on how you can leverage bidirectional monitoring between two NAT instances to implement a high availability (HA) failover solution for network address translation (NAT).
Last Modified: Jan 30, 2014 21:43 PM GMT
The AWS SDK for Java provides an easy to use, client-side encryption mechanism to help you securely store your application's data in Amazon S3. Since the encryption/decryption is all done client side, your private encryption keys never leave your application.
Last Modified: Jan 17, 2014 19:09 PM GMT
Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) provides customers with tremendous network routing flexibility. This document describes how a customer can create a secure IPSec tunnel to connect multiple VPCs into a larger virtual private network that allows instances in each VPC to seamlessly connect to each other using private IP addresses.
Last Modified: Jan 10, 2014 22:50 PM GMT
Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) provides customers with tremendous network routing flexibility. This document describes how a customer can create a secure SSL tunnel (using OpenVPN) to connect multiple VPCs into a larger virtual private network that allows instances in each VPC to seamlessly connect to each other using private IP addresses.
Last Modified: Jan 10, 2014 21:34 PM GMT
This article explains how to optimize performance for an Amazon Redshift data warehouse that uses a star schema design.
Last Modified: Jan 2, 2014 19:17 PM GMT
This article provides all the necessary resources, including easy-to-use python scripts and instructions on leveraging squid proxy instances, to implement a high availability (HA) solution for accessing AWS and other web services and scaling based on throughput, eliminating the Network Address Translation instance as a choke point.
Last Modified: Nov 5, 2013 1:21 AM GMT
Email can be challenging to set up correctly for high-quality delivery, but this article helps you through the process so that Amazon SES does the heavy lifting, leaving you with the energy to focus on building great software.
Last Modified: Oct 24, 2013 23:23 PM GMT
This article is a walkthrough that describes how to recover an unreachable Linux instance. It shows the reader how to mount the root drive to another instance and then correct a network setting before re-booting the now-fixed instance. While the reader may have other types of errors to fix, the principles are the same.
Last Modified: Oct 3, 2013 19:19 PM GMT
Microsoft MVP Marco Shaw demonstrates how to automate AWS infrastructure services using Microsoft Windows PowerShell 2 and the AWS SDK for .NET, with examples for Amazon S3.
Last Modified: Sep 26, 2013 0:32 AM GMT
This document provides step-by-step instructions for creating a test lab demonstrating identity federation between an on-premise Windows Server Active Directory domain and an ASP.NET web application hosted on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) service, using Microsoft's Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) technology.
Last Modified: Sep 26, 2013 0:28 AM GMT
The Petboard sample application shows how to use Amazon Web Services in an ASP.NET application. The web application is a catalog of pets and information about each pet, including a profile photo, likes, and dislikes. Petboard shows how to organize structured data using Amazon SimpleDB, serve images from Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and implement ASP.NET Membership using Amazon SimpleDB.
Last Modified: Sep 26, 2013 0:24 AM GMT
This article shows how to use EMR to efficiently export DynamoDB tables to S3, import S3 data into DynamoDB, and perform sophisticated queries across tables stored in both DynamoDB and other storage services such as S3.
Last Modified: Sep 26, 2013 0:23 AM GMT
This article and code sample is targeted at system architects, system administrators, and security professionals who want to integrate Shibboleth with Amazon Web Services (AWS). It describes federation proxy approach to giving users Single Sign On (SSO) access to on-premises resources and the AWS Management Console.
Last Modified: Sep 26, 2013 0:22 AM GMT
This article provides details on how to automate daily loading of an Amazon Redshift cluster from data that is being dumped to an Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) bucket. The example uses Amazon CloudFront access logs that are stored in an Amazon S3 bucket. The data-driven workflow is managed by AWS Data Pipeline.
Last Modified: Sep 4, 2013 18:54 PM GMT
This article provides a general introduction and example use of the Cloud-init functionality in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.4. You will launch an AWS CloudFormation template that deploys an instance of RHEL 6.4, installs a web server, and configures the firewall settings to accept web traffic.
Last Modified: Sep 4, 2013 18:53 PM GMT
To achieve a higher level of availability and redundancy, Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers can deploy their applications and services across multiple regions. While it is simple for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances to communicate with each other across regions over the Internet, enabling cross-region communication within a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) environment requires additional configuration. While AWS current does not provide an end-to-end, cross-region VPC connectivity solution, customers can achieve this on their own with third-party virtual private network (VPN) solutions. This whitepaper describes how customers can leverage the Astaro Security Gateway Amazon Machine Image (AMI) to establish cross-region VPC connections between EC2 instances in one region and a VPC virtual private gateway (VGW) in another region.
Last Modified: Sep 4, 2013 18:51 PM GMT
Learn how to build and deploy a Node.js application on Amazon EMR
Last Modified: Aug 22, 2013 21:28 PM GMT
Tips on using the DynamoDBMapper utility, part of the AWS SDK for Java, to model objects in Amazon DynamoDB.
Last Modified: Aug 21, 2013 17:42 PM GMT
Learn how you can leverage multiple IP addresses to implement a virtual IP (VIP) address high availability failover solution in six simple steps. This article provides all the necessary resources, including an easy-to-use script and instructions on how to create a VIP solution with two self-monitoring high availability (HA) instances.
Last Modified: Jun 7, 2013 19:29 PM GMT
With this AWS CloudFormation Templates, you can automate bidirectional monitoring between two NAT instances and implement a high availability (HA) failover solution for network address translation (NAT) This article walksthrough deployment of the AWS CloudFormation template.
Last Modified: May 16, 2013 22:27 PM GMT
This article will show you how to install and use Apache Accumulo with Amazon Elastic MapReduce.
Last Modified: Apr 11, 2013 18:52 PM GMT
MicroStrategy's business intelligence software and mobile app development platform are now available as a free software suite through an Amazon EC2 image on AWS Marketplace. The MicroStrategy Intelligence suite offers features for modeling, reporting and analyzing data, including in-memory cubes for high-performance analysis. By configuring the Free MicroStrategy Suite EC2 instance to connect to a Hive job flow running on Amazon Elastic MapReduce, you can create a secure and extensible platform for reporting and analytics.
Last Modified: Mar 29, 2013 23:37 PM GMT
This guide takes you through the steps necessary to set up the CUDA development environment on Amazon Web Services (AWS). You will launch the NVIDIA programming environment on Amazon EC2 virtual servers configured as Cluster GPU instances.
Last Modified: Mar 26, 2013 21:22 PM GMT
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