akshay L

akshay L

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What is AWS EMR | Introduction to Amazon EMR | Intellipaat

In this introduction to amazon emr tutorial you will learn what is aws emr, benefits of aws emr, emr architecture, emr operations and launch emr cluster and finally hands on spark with emr in detail.

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What is AWS EMR | Introduction to Amazon EMR | Intellipaat
Rory  West

Rory West

1623650760

An Introduction to the Main AWS Storage Services

When I was nine I discovered QBASIC on my parents’ DOS computer. I got addicted immediately but, in the nineties, we didn’t have stack overflow where I could just copy-paste example code.

What I did have were a few books that I found at a thrift store with example programs printed in them. I would spend hours copying the code (especially since I used the hunt-and-peck typing technique).

Once I had all of that code copied, I had no questions about where to store it.

On my personal, 750 kb floppy disk.

Now I’m a cloud developer, and when I want to store files it’s not as simple of a decision. There are all types of storage in AWS with a different use case for each. In this article, I’m going to walk through the most commonly used storage services and describe the common use cases for them.

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Rory  West

Rory West

1619160600

Introduction to AWS S3 Pricing and How to Optimize Expenditure

Amazon Simple Storage Service (referred to as AWS S3) is AWS’s cloud-based file storage platform. Amazon S3 is one of Amazon’s most widely used services, but it’s also one of the easiest to overspend on. If you’re not familiar with AWS S3’s pricing model or taking advantage of lifecycle policies, you’re likely paying more for storage than you need.

In this AWS S3 Pricing and Cost Optimization Guide, you’ll learn the following:

  • Learn about AWS S3’s pricing and cost factors.
  • Use AWS S3’s storage class analysis to figure out how much you could save by optimizing your storage classes.
  • Set up a lifecycle policy that automatically transitions files to the best storage class.
  • Finally, a few general tips for AWS S3 pricing and cost optimization.

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Rory  West

Rory West

1619153400

Introduction to AWS S3 Pricing and How to Optimize Expenditure

Amazon Simple Storage Service (referred to as AWS S3) is AWS’s cloud-based file storage platform. Amazon S3 is one of Amazon’s most widely used services, but it’s also one of the easiest to overspend on. If you’re not familiar with AWS S3’s pricing model or taking advantage of lifecycle policies, you’re likely paying more for storage than you need.

In this AWS S3 Pricing and Cost Optimization Guide, you’ll learn the following:

  • Learn about AWS S3’s pricing and cost factors.
  • Use AWS S3’s storage class analysis to figure out how much you could save by optimizing your storage classes.
  • Set up a lifecycle policy that automatically transitions files to the best storage class.
  • Finally, a few general tips for AWS S3 pricing and cost optimization.

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How to Upload to Amazon S3 via AWS CLI and NPM scripts

Static websites are a brilliant way to create performant sites. My website is built using Gatsby and hosted on Amazon S3. I have created a simple script to help you quickly upload your site to S3 by running one simple command in your project terminal.

Prerequisites

Before we start, you must ensure that you have completed the following:

  • Install AWS CLI (Amazon Web Services Command Line Interface) on your machine.
  • Create a bucket in Amazon S3 (this is where we will be uploading our project files to).

This guide assumes that you have some familiarity navigating the AWS Console and each Amazon Web Service.

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Archie  Powell

Archie Powell

1625938140

What is AWS: Introduction to Amazon Cloud Services

Amazon Web Services, short for AWS, is a comprehensive cloud-based platform offered by Amazon. It provides various offerings in the form of SaaS (Software as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service), and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service).

AWS was launched in 2006 in an attempt to help businesses across the globe get access to all the technologies and infrastructure they need to empower their operations. AWS was one of the earliest pay-as-you-go models that could help businesses scale storage, throughput, and computation powers based on their needs.

Amazon Web Services offers cloud-based services from different data centres and availability zones spread across the globe. Each availability zone contains various data centres in itself. Customers are given the ability to set their virtual machines and replicate their data in different data centres – to have a system that is resistant to a server or data centre failure.

A Brief Introduction to Amazon Web Services

In the olden days, for businesses to work with technologies, they needed to have a personal data centre to store and host the different computers and an IT team to take care of this entire setup and infrastructure. Businesses had to take care of power, backups, temperature controls, and other essential things required to keep such a technical ecosystem in motion. As a result of this, a lot of resources, effort, time, and money went into the software and the equipment required by businesses to enter the technology space. This presented an obvious barrier for young companies, innovators, and entrepreneurs, who do not have access to such resources.

What all is included in the Amazon Web Services Spectrum?

The offerings of Amazon Web Services are divided into separate services – and each can be customized based on the user’s needs. The AWS portfolio consists of more than 100 services for different domains like database management, infrastructure management, security, computation, application development, and more. Some of these service categories include:

  • Database management
  • Computation powers
  • Migration
  • Networking
  • Development tools
  • Security
  • Big data management
  • Governance
  • Mobile development
  • Messages and notifications

Using Amazon Web Services

While there’s an initial learning curve in terms of setting up and using Amazon Web Services, it gets easier with time. Talking in terms of web development, companies tend to employ continuous deployment and integration using third-party vendors like Travis CI or Jenkins. Once the configuration is completed, the web developers start working on top of AWS by pushing and merging their codes to AWS data centres.

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