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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_3

3. Basic Instance Management

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
 

Now that we’re done configuring our environment, we’ll jump right in and get started by creating an instance. An EC2 instance is, simply, a server running in the cloud. With a few quick clicks, we will have our first server up and running.

In this chapter, we will learn to create new instances and connect them. Then we will discuss how to start, stop, and terminate instances. We will learn various ...

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