This blog describes how to create and attach EFS Volume by using Linux through Private IP. Creation of EFS Volume : Step 1: Click the create file system option in the EFS console and we will get a pop-up window. Just click the customize option for the creation of EFS Volume. Step 2:… Continue reading Create and Attach EFS Volume in Linux using Private IP
In this blog, We will show you how to Spin Up the EC2 Instance. Launch the Golden Image : We are going to use Ubuntu 18.04 AMI and t2.micro Instance in N.Virginia Region to Spin Up the EC2 Instance Step 1: We have selected the Ubuntu 18.04 AMI. Step 2:… Continue reading How to spin up the EC2 Instance?
By default most Linux instances comes with an 8GB root EBS volume unless you changed it during launch wizard. If you have forgot to increase root volume during launch or you just need to extend because root volume has reached critical level, follow this tutorial. Note: The size of a volume can only be increased,… Continue reading Extending root partition of EC2 – EBS Volume
In Custom VPC, instances created in Private Subnet will not have internet connectivity by default. In this tutorial we will learn how to use NAT instance to enable Internet for all the instances created in Private subnet. Read more about NAT instances on official AWS page https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonVPC/latest/UserGuide/VPC_NAT_Instance.html Prerequisites: Custom VPC with Private and Public subnet A NAT instance… Continue reading Creating VPC with a NAT Instance
While designing your cloud infrastructure using Amazon VPC, it is best practice to place your applications such as webserver in Public subnet and database in Private subnet. Instances in Public subnet will have internet access while instances in Private subnet don’t. In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a AWS custom VPC with… Continue reading Creating VPC with Public and Private subnets
Amazon RDS is a completely managed service by Amazon. It makes database maintenance very easy due to the many possibilities it offers, including automatic backups, point-in-time recovery, snapshots, scalability and replication. It currently supports MySQL as well as other databases, such as MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and the MySQL-compatible Amazon Aurora DB engine.… Continue reading Migrating existing MySQL database into Amazon RDS