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AWS User Data Script | Auto Provision a Windows EC2 Instance

How to Script (Auto Provision) an AWS Windows EC2 Instance To auto provision an AWS Windows instance with a script that runs when the instance comes up – is a common (but poorly documented requirement). Scroll down for links to other net resources on this subject. Intro | AWS User Data Script that Auto Provisions a Windows Server We are

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How To Connect A Domain Name to AWS (EC2) Instance

Route 53 Record Sets | Map a Registered Domain onto an Amazon Machine (ec2) Instance Observable Value You have registered a domain like assets4u.co.uk and you want the browser url http://www.assets4u.co.uk to serve the index.html page on the apache2 middleware web server. Pre-Conditions you have registered a domain name with Amazon’s Route 53. Route 53 sets up (1) hosted zone

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IAAS – Divorces Servers and Services

Divorced – Operating Systems and Hardware Servers and services are not the first messy divorce within the IAAS (Infrastructure As A Service) revolution. Operating systems and hardware – once bound in holy matrimony, are now happily separated. Virtual machines were born out of this separation. Yes virtual machines are the product of a divorce between operating systems and operating hardware.

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Iaas – Provisioning and Instantiation

This Infrastructure As A Service blog covers server and service provisioning as well as server and service instantiation. What “Provision” and “Instantiate” Means? Provision – provisioning is the entirety of steps taken to bring a server into productive use within any environment. Instantiate – instantiating a server gives birth to the server “entity” along with an operating system like Linux,

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How Containers Send SMS and E-Mail

You want to send notifications via SMS, E-Mail, WhatsApp as well as to and from your own custom-built iPhone, iPad and Android apps. You need to send the notifications and messages to and from Docker containers, the Amazon cloud’s EC2 machines, AWS S3 buckets, VirtualBox virtual machines and Java (or Groovy) containerized machines. Container Notifications in the Amazon AWS Cloud

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