Amazon VPC: Deep dive

Amazon VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) enables users to initiate AWS resources within the user-defined virtual network. Each VPC you create is fully customizable and logically isolated from other virtual networks in the AWS cloud. You can configure the IP address range, create subnets, configure root tables, customize network gateways, and define security settings with security groups and network access control lists. Other AWS resources, such as Amazon EC2 instances, can be launched using VPC.

Aws Vpc



Amazon Virtual Private Cloud

The network infrastructure of Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be complicated. Structuring VPCs and instances requires tactical planning whether it's using a content delivery network (CDN), a network optimizer, or dynamic content accelerators. Using Elastic IPs in AWS can help you optimize your infrastructure and implement modifications more easily. With Elastic IPs, you'll need a quick and easy way to modify your setup as your environment and business need change.

AWS S3 overview



AWS S3 overview

Amazon S3 is an object storage service that provides industry-leading scalability, availability of information, protection, and efficiency. Patrons of all sizes and industries can use it to store and protect any amount of data for a variety of use cases, including operational databases, websites, mobile apps, backup and restore, archive, business applications, IoT devices, and big data analytics. Amazon S3 offers simple management features that allow you to coordinate your data and set up fine-grained access controls to meet your specific business, institutional, and methods for detection.

EC2 features



AWS EC2 overview

Amazon Web Services has been one of the prominent market Cloud Service Providers. At over 32% of the global public cloud customer base, it's no coincidence that AWS serves over 190 countries and is recognized for the 200+ services it provides with a scalable, efficient, and low-cost infrastructure. And one of the most powerful and widely used cloud services is Amazon EC2 (Elastic Cloud Compute), which is seamlessly one of the market's most highly regarded Cloud services.

AWS Management console



AWS Management Console

AWS provides a plethora of services and tools for designing, implementing, safeguarding, and managing cloud-based apps and services. This "affluence" can, conversely, make it difficult to obtain insights into performance, utilization, and costs, particularly for organizations with multiple AWS accounts and a large number of self-provisioning users along through multiple lines of business. To resolve these issues, AWS offers the AWS Management Console, a free web-based app that allows for single-pane management of AWS accounts, services, and users.