How to Use AWS’ Secure, Reliable, Scalable Services 

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A lot of people are hesitant to use AWS because they don’t feel comfortable with the idea of storing their information on a third-party server. However, by leveraging AWS’ Secure, Reliable, Scalable Services, you can safely and securely utilize your own virtual private cloud to store your data in the way that’s most convenient for you while still accessing your files from any computer or mobile device around the world. 

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How to use AWS’ secure, reliable scalable services 

Developers who are just starting with AWS can quickly become overwhelmed by all of its offerings. But there’s no need to fret. AWS has great free tooling that makes it easy for newbies (and veterans alike) to get started. To help you out, we’ve put together a list of 10 AWS tools and services that are relatively easy to understand even if you’re not an infrastructure professional. We recommend you start your exploration with Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), which gives users a virtual sandbox in which they can experiment and build confidence. It also acts as a safe testing ground should you decide that you do want your services exposed over public networks or if you want to expand your current use cases into ones using multiple accounts. 

Amazon EC2 – virtual private cloud 

Amazon EC2 provides a simple web service interface that can be used to provision computer instances such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances or other types of instances that provide developers and IT teams with access to a familiar infrastructure development environment. It gives you an easy way to obtain and use scalable computing capacity more quickly and efficiently than starting physical hardware in a traditional data center. You pay only for what you use, there are no upfront commitments, and you can scale up or down at any time. Because it’s web-based, Amazon EC2 lets you use desktop or mobile devices without having to install client software. 

Amazon RDS – relational database service 

Amazon RDS is a web service that makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud. Amazon RDS automatically scales your database capacity up or down based on your application demand. Amazon RDS gives you access to any major commercial database engine: Oracle DB2 , MySQL , and Microsoft SQL Server. With just a few clicks in the AWS Management Console , you can launch an industry-standard relational database instance with multiple gigabytes of storage, hundreds of gigabits per second of throughput capacity, and options for rapid elastic scaling. You pay only for what you use; there is no upfront commitment and no long-term contracts or ongoing charges. 

Amazon SQS – queuing service 

Amazon SQS is a fast, reliable, scalable and fully managed message queuing service. Customers can use Amazon SQS to move data between distributed application components or build their own custom messaging solutions using point-to-point and publish/subscribe message delivery models. AWS Storage Gateway encrypted storage gateway: AWS Storage Gateway is an on-premises software appliance that delivers a seamless hybrid cloud experience for backing up data at your primary location. 

Amazon S3 – object storage 

Amazon S3 is a web service for storing and retrieving any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web. This tutorial shows you how to set up a static website hosted on Amazon S3. It also covers setting up your site with CloudFront CDN and configuring your domain name with Route 53 DNS. The sample project includes a mini Ruby app that will automatically upload file changes into Amazon S3 every hour. 

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