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Oracle RAC on Amazon EC2
This article provides a reference to a partner solution for enabling Oracle Real Application Clusters on Amazon Web Services
Last Modified: Jan 10, 2017 1:36 AM GMT
Leveraging Multiple IP Addresses for Virtual IP Address Fail-over in 6 Simple Steps
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: Nov 8, 2016 20:05 PM GMT
Using Squid Proxy Instances for Web Service Access in Amazon VPC: Another Example with AWS CodeDeploy and Amazon CloudWatch
This article further develops the high-available and scalable Squid-based proxy solution introduced in our previous article (https://aws.amazon.com/articles/5995712515781075). We will provide the necessary guidelines and resources to automate Squid configuration deployments and to aggregate and centralize Squid application metrics and access logs.
Last Modified: Jan 4, 2016 16:28 PM GMT
High Availability for Amazon VPC NAT Instances: An Example
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: Oct 27, 2015 23:39 PM GMT
Configuring Windows Components on Amazon EC2
Optional Windows Server operating system components are typically added or configured using installation media. This tutorial describes how to add or configure optional Windows components within the Amazon EC2 environment.
Last Modified: Oct 7, 2015 22:54 PM GMT
AWS SDK for Java Tips and Tricks
This article describes some helpful tips and tricks for developing applications on the AWS SDK for Java.
Last Modified: Aug 31, 2015 20:10 PM GMT
Getting Started with AWS Elastic Beanstalk Deployment in Eclipse
This guide introduces the AWS Elastic Beanstalk deployment feature of the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse and provides a walkthrough for getting started with AWS Elastic Beanstalk deployment for developers using the Eclipse IDE.
Last Modified: Jun 1, 2015 22:00 PM GMT
Apache Accumulo and Amazon Elastic MapReduce
This article will show you how to install and use Apache Accumulo with Amazon Elastic MapReduce.
Last Modified: Feb 24, 2015 22:27 PM GMT
Migrating to the AWS SDK for Java
This article describes the differences between the AWS SDK for Java and previous Java libraries from Amazon Web Services.
Last Modified: Feb 24, 2015 20:06 PM GMT
Available Region Endpoints for the AWS SDKs
AWS infrastructure services are hosted in a number of regions, including locations in the US, Europe, and Asia Pacific. This article lists the web service API endpoints needed to make API requests and manage infrastructure in each region.
Last Modified: Feb 24, 2015 20:03 PM GMT
Making Secure Requests to Amazon Web Services
Communication on the Internet is susceptible to eavesdropping and malicious tampering. Amazon Web Services recommends you take action to protect the API requests you send.
Last Modified: Jan 29, 2015 22:40 PM GMT
Getting Started with the AWS SDK for Java
This page has been deprecated. For information about getting started with the AWS SDK for Java, please see the Java Developer Guide (linked below).
Last Modified: Nov 6, 2014 21:20 PM GMT
Best Practices in Evaluating Elastic Load Balancing
This article describes the features and unique architecture of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Load Balancing service. It provides you with best practices, so that you can avoid common pitfalls when you test and evaluate Elastic Load Balancing. The intended audience for this whitepaper is developers who have minimal experience using Elastic Load Balancing, but it will be especially relevant if you have used software or hardware load balancers in the past.
Last Modified: Sep 23, 2014 22:16 PM GMT
Deploy a Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Server Farm in the AWS Cloud in 6 Simple Steps
Learn how you can launch a Microsoft SharePoint 2010 server farm for a public facing website on Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud infrastructure in 6 simple steps. This article provides all the necessary resources, including easy-to-launch AWS CloudFormation sample templates, and instructions on how to create Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) so that you can launch a fully functional highly-available Microsoft SharePoint 2010 server farm on AWS.
Last Modified: Aug 22, 2014 15:28 PM GMT
Building GrepTheWeb in the Cloud, Part 1: Cloud Architectures
This two-part series of articles illustrates how to build applications using Amazon Web Services by describing how Alexa's GrepTheWeb service was built.
Last Modified: Jul 18, 2014 16:10 PM GMT
Tips for Securing Your EC2 Instance
Hosts on the Internet are vulnerable to attack, including your EC2 instances. This article outlines a number of best practices for helping you secure your instances.
Last Modified: May 1, 2014 21:06 PM GMT
Getting Started with the AWS SDK for Ruby
The AWS SDK for Ruby helps you to get started building applications using AWS infrastructure services, including Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon SimpleDB, and more. This guide shows how you can start building Ruby and Rails applications on the Amazon Web Services platform with the AWS Ruby gem.
Last Modified: Apr 29, 2014 16:10 PM GMT
Amazon RDS Customer Data Import Guide for MySQL
This guide provides information on loading data into Amazon RDS for the MySQL 5.1 engine. The main body of the guide provides step-by-step procedures for loading data fast and efficiently while safeguarding your data. An appendix is provided that contains additional technical information.
Last Modified: Feb 15, 2014 16:12 PM GMT
Amazon RDS DB Instance Sizing Guide
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 Monitoring User Guide
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
Connecting Multiple VPCs with EC2 Instances (IPSec)
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
Connecting Multiple VPCs with EC2 Instances (SSL)
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
How to Recover an Unreachable Linux Instance
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
Single Sign-on with Windows ADFS to Amazon EC2 .NET Applications
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
Introducing Cloud-init in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4
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
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