Elastic Cloud Compute – EC2
- Elastic Compute Cloud – EC2 provides scalable computing capacity in AWS
- Elastic Compute Cloud – EC2
- eliminates the need to invest in hardware upfront, so applications can be developed and deployed faster.
- can be used to launch as many or as few virtual servers as you need, configure security and networking, and manage storage.
- enables you to scale up or down to handle changes in requirements or spikes in popularity, reducing the need to forecast traffic.
- EC2 instances – Virtual computing environments
- Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) – Preconfigured templates for the instances that package the bits needed for a server (including the operating system and additional software)
- Instance types – Various configurations of CPU, memory, storage, and networking capacity for the instances
- Key Pairs – Secure login information for the instances (AWS stores the public key, and you store the private key in a secure place)
- Instance Store Volumes – Storage volumes for temporary data that are deleted when you stop or terminate your instance, known as
- EBS Volumes – Persistent storage volumes for the data using Elastic Block Store (EBS)
- Regions and Availability Zones – Multiple physical locations for the resources, such as instances and EBS volumes
- Security Groups – A firewall that enables you to specify the protocols, ports, and source IP ranges that can reach the instances
- Elastic IP addresses – Static IP addresses for dynamic cloud computing
- Tags – Metadata can be created and assigned to EC2 resources
- Amazon EC2 console
- Amazon EC2 console is the web-based user interface that can be accessed from the AWS management console
- AWS Command line Interface (CLI)
- Provides commands for a broad set of AWS products, and is supported on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
- Amazon EC2 Command Line Interface (CLI) tools
- Provides commands for Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS, and Amazon VPC, and is supported on Windows, Mac, and Linux
- AWS Tools for Windows Powershell
- Provides commands for a broad set of AWS products for those who script in the PowerShell environment
- AWS Query API
- Query API allows for requests are HTTP or HTTPS requests that use the HTTP verbs GET or POST and a Query parameter named Action
- AWS SDK libraries
- AWS provides libraries in various languages which provide basic functions that automate tasks such as cryptographically signing your requests, retrying requests, and handling error responses
- AWS EC2 Amazon Machine Image
- AWS EC2 Instance Types
- AWS EC2 Instance Purchase Options
- AWS EC2 Instance Lifecycle
- AWS EC2 Storage
- AWS EC2 VM Import/Export
- AWS EC2 Network
- AWS EC2 Security
- AWS EC2 Best Practices
- AWS EC2 Monitoring
- AWS EC2 Troubleshooting
AWS Certification Exam Practice Questions
- Questions are collected from Internet and the answers are marked as per my knowledge and understanding (which might differ with yours).
- AWS services are updated everyday and both the answers and questions might be outdated soon, so research accordingly.
- AWS exam questions are not updated to keep up the pace with AWS updates, so even if the underlying feature has changed the question might not be updated
- Open to further feedback, discussion and correction.
- What are the Amazon EC2 API tools?
- They don’t exist. The Amazon EC2 AMI tools, instead, are used to manage permissions.
- Command-line tools to the Amazon EC2 web service
- They are a set of graphical tools to manage EC2 instances.
- They don’t exist. The Amazon API tools are a client interface to Amazon Web Services.
- When a user is launching an instance with EC2, which of the below mentioned options is not available during the instance launch console for a key pair?
- Proceed without the key pair
- Upload a new key pair
- Select an existing key pair
- Create a new key pair