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Pro PowerShell for Amazon Web Services by Emmanuel Tsouris, Rodney Bozo, Steven Armentrout, Brian Beach

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© Brian Beach, Steven Armentrout, Rodney Bozo, Emmanuel Tsouris 2019
B. Beach et al.Pro PowerShell for Amazon Web Serviceshttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4850-8_2

2. Getting Started

Brian Beach1 , Steven Armentrout2, Rodney Bozo3 and Emmanuel Tsouris4
(1)
Raleigh, NC, USA
(2)
Mountlake Terrace, WA, USA
(3)
Sterling, VA, USA
(4)
North Bend, WA, USA
 

In the previous chapter, we described cloud computing and then discussed the benefits of scripting your AWS configuration. Before we get started writing these scripts, we need to create an AWS account and prepare our PowerShell environment.

We will begin by creating a new AWS account and credentials for PowerShell. Then we will install the AWS Toolkit and configure a few default values. Although this might not ...

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