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01: Getting started with AWS – creating accounts & setting up security

Step 1: Create an amazon.com account via Amazon.com.

Step 2: Create an aws.amazon.com account. You need to provide credit/debit card details even if you want to use the free tier for up to 12 months. It is advisable to use a credit/debit card with low limits (E.g.

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02: Creating AWS EC2 instances tutorial step by step

Step 1: Log into your AWS Management Console [ https://aws.amazon.com/console/ ] and select “EC2” from “Services -Compute -EC2”. On these EC2 servers you can later host Web applications servers or multi-node Hadoop clusters. More and more organizations are hosting their applications on AWS infrastructures. EC2 stands for Elastic Cloud Computing.

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03: SSH to AWS EC2 instances via PuTTY & between other EC2 instances

SSH to EC2 instances via PuTTY from your local machine

Step 1: We earlier created a key-pair in “creating the EC2 instances tutorial” so that we can connect to the server from SSH clients like “putty.exe” to install the required applications like Java, Hadoop eco systems, Springboot microservices,

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04: Install AWS CLI to intercat with AWS services like S3

Install Python & pip Step 1: Check if python is already installed. Ubuntu ships with both Python 3 and Python 2 pre-installed. if already installed, make sure that the versions are up-to-date, as it needs to be either 3.3+ or 2.7+. If not, install python first. … Read more ›...



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