Kill your AWS Resources when you are done . More advice on not getting charged for unneeded resources. I have recently written a blog post about a sad situation where I received an unexpected bill from AWS.
I have recently written a blog post about a sad situation where I received an unexpected bill from AWS. That was because I made the mistake to follow three different tutorials on EKS deployment with Terraform which resulted in the creation of EC2 instances in 3(!) different regions. That was mainly my fault as I did not pay attention to the autoscaling groups setup and everything kept starting up again and again, even after I was terminating the instances and the cluster itself.
I decided to write a follow-up because of the amazing feedback I received from many people on different Slack channels and Social media. These people had or heard of similar experiences and they resolved the issue by being proactive and disabling the auto-scaling groups on time. Others received an even bigger bill! For example, the following tweet was brought to my attention:
Another person said:
Yes, it’s not a straight forward process setting all these alarms up for billing info.
What is AWS DevOps? - AWS DevOps Tutorial. In this blog on what is AWS DevOps, you will learn about AWS & DevOps along with the implementation of the concepts of DevOps with the help of AWS cloud platform.
AWS DevOps Tutorial will help you understand what is Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment through the various tools & services of the AWS suite. This tutorial also explains how to achieve Continuous Integration & Deployment through AWS CodePipeline & EC2 through the means of a Hands-On session by the end of which you will learn how to deploy a demo application using AWS.
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This Edureka "AWS DevOps vs Azure DevOps" video will give a detailed comparison of how AWS and Azure fare in handling and supporting DevOps approach on the respective cloud platforms along with latest trends and numbers in the domain.
DevOps and Cloud computing are joined at the hip, now that fact is well appreciated by the organizations that engaged in SaaS cloud and developed applications in the Cloud. During the COVID crisis period, most of the organizations have started using cloud computing services and implementing a cloud-first strategy to establish their remote operations. Similarly, the extended DevOps strategy will make the development process more agile with automated test cases.