Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a comprehensive cloud computing platform provided by Amazon.com. 

Web services are sometimes called cloud services or remote computing services. 

Training Resources

  • AWS Academy - a program to help students develop cloud computing skills (available to high-level educational institutions)
  • Amazon S3 File Backup - Store Your Files in the Cloud
    • Creating a bucket, upload file(s), retrieve a file, delete a file
  • Host PHP Websites on AWS Cloud - A blog that teaches an easier way to setup AWS server. It is great learning material for beginners.
  • Linux Virtual Machine Launch - Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) is the Amazon Web Service you use to create and run virtual machines in the cloud (called these virtual machines 'instances'). This step-by-step guide will helps successfully launch a Linux virtual machine on Amazon EC2 within our Free Usage Tier.
  • LAMP Website Launch - Install the Apache web server with PHP and MySQL support on your Amazon Linux instance (sometimes called a LAMP web server or LAMP stack). You can use this server to host a static website or deploy a dynamic PHP application that reads and writes information to a database.
  • Web App LaunchLaunch an Application with AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
  • Wordpress Website LaunchThis step-by-step guide will help you get a website up and running with WordPress, installed on an Amazon EC2 virtual machine (also known as an “instance”). You will go through how to configure and launch an EC2 instance, how to get your WordPress username and password, and how to log into your WordPress admin portal. 

Infrastructure Services

Rich Platform Services

  • Analytics
  • Enterprise Applications
  • Mobile Services
  • Internet of Things

Productivity and Operational Efficient Tools

  • Developer Tools
  • Management Tools
  • Security & Identity
  • Application Services

Articles

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