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Mastering AWS Development by Uchit Vyas

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Bootstrapping Amazon instances using Chef

Nowadays, the majority of the topmost Cloud computing players present an easy-to-use UI to build your IT infrastructure on the Cloud. Nevertheless, unlike provisioning once on on-premise infrastructure, you may have to dynamically provision a number of virtual machine (VM) instances, a small number of instances of dynamic storage and several SaaS-based services. Software releases require to be pushed on a regular basis (weekly, daily, or hourly in various cases).

A way to do away with this is to create VM images for all changes and produce a new VM instance to push it. It will be difficult and it affects the frontend of the delivery. Also, what about the storage, databases, network configuration, and the ...

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