Getting Started with AWS
Provides an introduction to Amazon Web Services, examples of what you can do with AWS, basic information that you need to know to get started, and links to resources and documentation that will help you learn more no matter what your use case is.
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AWS Management Console
Provides an overview of the AWS Management Console along with instructions on starting various services, steps to customizing the navigation bar, and tips on accessing region settings, security credentials, and billing updates.
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AWS Computing Basics for Linux
Provides a simple example architecture on a Linux platform and walks you through a deployment that uses this architecture.
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AWS Web Application Hosting for Linux
Provides an example architectural diagram of a web application hosted on AWS and a step-by-step walkthrough of how to deploy your web application for Linux using AWS.
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Deploying a Web Application
Provides a tutorial on deploying with AWS. Shows how to deploy a Node.js app using AWS Elastic Beanstalk. Also offers a brief introduction to managing permssions with AWS Identity and Access Management.
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AWS Static Website Hosting
Provides an example architectural diagram of a static website hosted on AWS and a step-by-step walkthrough of how to deploy your static website using AWS.
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AWS Computing Basics for Windows
Provides a simple example architecture on a Windows platform and walks you through a deployment that uses this architecture.
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AWS Web Application Hosting for Windows
Provides an example architectural diagram of a web application hosted on AWS and a step-by-step walkthrough of how to deploy your .NET web application for Microsoft Windows using AWS.
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Analyzing Big Data with AWS
With Amazon Web Services, you can efficiently and cost-effectively process massive data sets. This guide presents a reference architecture for processing such data sets, and it walks step by step through an example that analyzes log files from a web server.
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