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Learn Amazon Web Services in a Month of Lunches by David Clinton

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Chapter 13. Keeping ahead of user demand

This is a bit of a transition chapter. Chapter 12 completed our survey of AWS’s core deployment services. That means you’re now familiar with the following:

  • EC2 instances, Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), and the peripheral tools that support their deployment, such as security groups and EBS volumes
  • Incorporating databases into applications, both on-instance and through the managed RDS service
  • Using S3 buckets to deliver media files through your EC2 applications and for server backup storage
  • Controlling access to your AWS resources with Identity and Access Management (IAM)
  • Managing growing resource sets by intelligently applying tags
  • Accessing resources using either the browser interface or the AWS command-line ...

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