Today post will be discussing more into Amazon RDS ( Relational Database Service ). How do We migrate our existing SQL Server database to Amazon RDS. Assuming You already have SQL Server Amazon Relational Database Services (RDS) database up and running. Next You will need following: 1. Your RDS Endpoint: “yyyy.xxxxxxxxxx.us-east-1.rds.amazonaws.com” for example 2. Your … Continue reading Migrating SQL dbase to Amazon RDS
Amazon Linux AMI user name and su
I noticed there are few questions out there on other blogs and other forums. If You are Windows user and using Putty SSHing AWS AMI ec2 instance below is useful information for You. What is the username when Putty prompted you with login as: ec2-user What is the root / admin password for the instance … Continue reading Amazon Linux AMI user name and su
New Provisioned IOPS up to 4000 means to Us
Few days ago AWS announced their new tweak for EBS ( Elastic Block Store ). Now We can provision EBS up to 4000 IOPS. This is fourfold increase from the original EBS Provisioned IOPS Volume. Means You can hit it up to 4000 IOPS and up to 1TB of storage provisioned IOPS. Means You do … Continue reading New Provisioned IOPS up to 4000 means to Us
Granulate access to your S3 bucket
Granulate access to your S3 bucket Previously, I have posted how to create S3 bucket and how to alias a domain / sub-domain to S3. This post will guide You how to create single access to your S3 bucket. AWS console can be daunting sometimes. AWS console has provided good foundation to interact with all … Continue reading Granulate access to your S3 bucket
Alias a Domain / Sub Domain Name to your S3 Bucket
Jump Start our Journey to the Kloud. Amazon clearly provides simple Storage and cheap bandwidth for their S3 services, not mentioning their other features and scalability they offer. There are few requirements before this Journey : First of all, obviously, you need your own domain name and your own Amazon S3 account Second, You need … Continue reading Alias a Domain / Sub Domain Name to your S3 Bucket
EMC + IBM x SoftLayer = AWS Rival ?
Two Technology Giants are considering at buying major infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider SoftLayer in a deal that could be worth staggering more than $2 Billion Reuters reports. Dallas-based IaaS company SoftLayer closely competes with Amazon Web Services, Rackspace, Microsoft Azure, and others. SoftLayer is a popular choice for IaaS proven by having more than 25,000 small-to-huge … Continue reading EMC + IBM x SoftLayer = AWS Rival ?
Allowed Inbound on Amazon Instance
Simple but important tips on your Amazon Instance. So You have deployed your Amazon Instance, checked. The Instance is running and when You try to RDP - Failed. You are confused and wondering why. Probably the answer is simple. You haven't allowed RDP Port on your instance. Really simple, Go to your Network and Security … Continue reading Allowed Inbound on Amazon Instance
Free Cloud for Startups
Just starting up a new company and willing to establish infrastructure at Cloud ? Tight budget for Cloud? Worry Not ! ProfitBricks, a global cloud infrastructure provider Boston-based infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) company this week announced the launch of a foundation program for the startup community. Amazon, with its cloud computing power, is growing as a giant … Continue reading Free Cloud for Startups