Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6

Amazon EC2 running Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides a dependable platform to deploy a broad range of applications. By running RHEL on EC2, you can leverage the cost effectiveness, scalability and flexibility of Amazon EC2, the proven reliability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and AWS premium support with back-line support from Red Hat. Amazon EC2 running Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides seamless integration with existing Amazon EC2 features including Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS), Amazon CloudWatch, Elastic-Load Balancing, and Elastic IPs.


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Latest Version

6.5_GA


Operating System

Linux/Unix, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5


Delivery Method

64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Read more)



AWS Services Required

Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS


Highlights

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux is now Free Tier eligible. Learn more at: http://aws.amazon.com/free
  • A complete development and hosting platform, immediately accessible and secure.
  • Learn more about how to leverage your existing Red Hat support agreement on AWS at http://aws.amazon.com/partners/redhat

Product Description

Amazon EC2 running Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides a dependable platform to deploy a broad range of applications. By running RHEL on EC2, you can leverage the cost effectiveness, scalability and flexibility of Amazon EC2, the proven reliability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and AWS premium support with back-line support from Red Hat. Amazon EC2 running Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides seamless integration with existing Amazon EC2 features including Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS), Amazon CloudWatch, Elastic-Load Balancing, and Elastic IPs.

Product Details

  • Version: 6.5_GA
  • Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 04/01/2012

Resources

Usage Instructions

Please follow the instructions at http://www.redhat.com/f/pdf/EC2GettingStarted.pdf ...

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Support Details

Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6

Support is available through forums, technical FAQs and the Service Help Dashboard. Paid support is available.

All customers running Red Hat Enterprise Linux on EC2 will receive access to repository updates from Red Hat. Moreover, AWS Premium support customers can contact AWS to get access to a support structure from both Amazon and Red Hat.

AWS Infrastructure

AWS Support is a one-on-one, fast-response support channel that is staffed 24x7x365 with experienced and technical support engineers. The service helps customers of all sizes and technical abilities to successfully utilize the products and features provided by Amazon Web Services. Learn more

Refund Policy

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Pricing Details

For Region

Free Tier Eligible

EC2 charges for Micro instances are free for up to 750 hours a month if you qualify for the AWS Free Tier. See details.

Hourly Fees

Total hourly fees will vary by instance type and EC2 region.

EC2 Instance Type Total
t1.micro $0.08/hr
m1.small $0.104/hr
m1.medium $0.147/hr
m1.large $0.235/hr
m1.xlarge $0.41/hr
m2.xlarge $0.305/hr
m2.2xlarge $0.55/hr
m2.4xlarge $1.11/hr
m3.medium $0.127/hr
m3.large $0.193/hr
m3.xlarge $0.326/hr
m3.2xlarge $0.662/hr
c1.medium $0.19/hr
c1.xlarge $0.65/hr
hi1.4xlarge $3.23/hr
hs1.8xlarge $4.73/hr
c3.large $0.165/hr
c3.xlarge $0.27/hr
c3.2xlarge $0.55/hr
c3.4xlarge $0.97/hr
c3.8xlarge $1.81/hr

EBS General Purpose (SSD) volumes

  • $0.10 per GB-month of provisioned storage

Assumes On-Demand EC2 pricing

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Data Transfer Fees not included

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