Resources about Amazon Web Services (AWS), a suite of cloud-computing services that make up an on-demand computing platform. They include Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, also known as EC2, and Amazon Simple Storage Service, also known as S3. 

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  • AWS Data CentersResources about AWS data center locations, security considerations, outages and more.
    • AWS Regions and Availability ZonesResources about AWS regions and availability zones including general overviews, explanations and lists.
    • AWS StorageResources about AWS storage platforms, their features, pricing and performance.
    • AWS OutagesResources about outages and service disruptions in AWS.
  • AWS ArchitectureResources about architecting, designing and operating reliable, secure, efficient, and cost-effective systems in Amazon Web Services (AWS).
  • AWS Pricing and EconomicsResources about pricing and cost calculators for different AWS services, including EC2.
  • AWS Operations and ManagementResources about operating and managing different AWS resources, such as monitoring, networking and logging.
    • AWS MonitoringResources about monitoring AWS cloud resources and applications running on AWS, including collecting and tracking metrics, monitoring log files, setting alarms, and reacting to changes in AWS resources. 
    • AWS NetworkingResources about network performance, pricing, internet gateway, and NAT instances in AWS.
    • AWS LoggingResources about the process of writing log messages during the execution of a program to AWS; and reporting error, warning and info messages, so that the messages can later be retrieved and analyzed.
    • AWS CLIResources about The AWS CLI, a unified tool for managing AWS services. The AWS CLI allows control over multiple AWS services from the command line, and to automate them through scripts.
    • AWS APIs, SDKs and Developer ToolsResources about various AWS APIs and software development kits for various environments like PHP, Java, Node.js, and more.
  • AWS Security and ComplianceResources about security and compliance issues related to AWS and tips for for securing AWS.
  • Using AWS with DatabasesResources about running AWS on different types of databases, including Amazon RDS, MySQL, NoSQL, and more.
    • Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service)Resources about Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service), a web service running in the cloud designed to simplify the setup, operation, and scaling of a relational database for use in applications.
    • Running MySQL on AWSResources about running the MySQL database management system on AWS including beginners guide, installation guides, best practices and more. 
    • Running NoSQL on AWSResources about using NoSQL on AWS with services like Amazon DynamoDB, Apache Cassandra and more.
    • Running Oracle Databases on AWSResources about running the Oracle object-relational database management system on AWS including best practices, complications, license requirements and more.
    • Running Redis on AWSResources about running the Redis open source Database on AWS, including technical explanation, tips and guides.
    • Running MongoDB on AWSResources about running MongoDB, an open source, document-oriented database on AWS including setting up and deploying instructions, best practices and more.
  • AWS and Big DataResources about big data services provided by Amazon such as Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR), Amazon Redshift and more.
  • AWS Performance OptimizationResources about performance issues in AWS and tips for improving the performance of AWS applications.
  • Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud)Resources about the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), overviews, information about pricing, tools, instances, and more.
    • Amazon EC2 Best PracticesResources about how to get the maximum benefit from and satisfaction with Amazon EC2 services like storage, security, backup/recovery, and management.
    • Amazon EC2 CLI, API and FTPResources about installing and using the Amazon EC2 APIs and CLI in various environments.
    • Amazon EC2 ConsoleResources about accessing and managing Amazon EC2 services through a simple and intuitive web-based user interface.
    • Amazon EC2 Instance TypesResources about different EC2 instance types that comprise varying combinations of CPU, memory, storage, and networking capacity and gives the flexibility to choose the appropriate mix of resources for building applications. 
    • Amazon EC2 SecurityResources about securing Amazon EC2 instances, preventing DDoS attacks, and information about EC2 security groups.
  • Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service)Resources about the Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service), a web service offered by Amazon Web Services. Amazon S3 provides storage through web services interfaces like REST, SOAP, and BitTorrent.
  • Amazon CloudWatchResources about Amazon CloudWatch, the monitoring service for the AWS cloud and the applications running on AWS, including how to collect and track metrics, collect and monitor log files, set alarms, and automatically react to changes in AWS resources.
  • Amazon VPC (Virtual Private Cloud)Resources about Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC), overviews, connectivity options, and comparisons with other private cloud providers.
  • Amazon IAM (Identity and Access Management)Resources about Amazon IAM (Identity and Access Management), a web service that helps you securely control access to AWS resources for your users.
  • Amazon Glacier (Cloud Archive)Resources about Amazon Glacier (Cloud Archive), a secure, durable, and low-cost cloud storage service for data archiving and long-term backup.
  • Amazon Elastic Load BalancerResources about Amazon Elastic Load Balancer, a load balancing solution that  automatically distributes incoming application traffic across multiple Amazon EC2 instances.
  • Amazon EBS (Elastic Block Storage)Resources about Amazon EBS (Elastic Block Storage), an AWS block storage system that provides highly available block level storage volumes for use with Amazon EC2 instances.
  • Amazon Lambda and Amazon KinesisResources about Amazon Lambda, a serverless compute service that runs code in response to events and automatically manages the underlying compute resources; and Amazon Kinesis, a platform for streaming data on AWS.

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