AWS Solutions Architect

What you need to know to administer remote servers on AWS
There are many reasons why you might want to get started on AWS. Maybe your company is moving infrastructure onto the cloud. Maybe you want to start freelancing and don't want to invest in upfront server costs. Or maybe you just want to learn a new skillset.

In order to spin up a remote server on AWS you need to know a few foundational AWS terms and concepts. I'll go over some terms that are directly applicable to spinning up a remote server, but these same concepts are used for more complex infrastructure services such as ElasticBeanstalk, Docker Swarm, and Kubernetes.

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Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
AWS EC2 instances are where you compute power lives. These are your remote servers. Knowing how to deal with EC2 instances is incredibly important because they appear just about everywhere.

Security Groups
Security groups are what allow access to your various AWS services, in this case an EC2 instance. These define which ports are open for inward and outward bound traffic.

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