2017 Wrap-Up: Top AWS Columns of the Year

10. AWS to Host WordPress
Although it’s tempting to view AWS as a solution to hosting virtual machine instances, allocating storage, and other IaaS-related tasks like IaaS, AWS can also serve as a platform for hosting Web apps. [Read here]
9. Amazon Inspector: Assess Your Security
Here’s how you can use the Amazon Inspector tool from within to check the health and performance of your AWS instances. [Read here]
8. Visual Studio: How to Use the AWS Toolkit
AWS doesn’t require developers to abandon the tools they use every day. AWS provides a solution for Visual Studio developers to help them deploy services on its clouds. [Read here]
7. Using AWS To Manage On-Premises Servers
Amazon EC2 can be used to manage instances within AWS Cloud, but the EC2 console is also available to manage instances within your datacenter. [Read here]
6. Part 2: Migrating a Microsoft Azure VM from Microsoft Azure to AWS
Now that you have downloaded and resized Azure’s virtual hard drive, it is time to prepare the virtual hard drive for AWS cloud. [Read here]
5. Pushing a Docker image to the EC2 Container Registry
It’s one thing setting up an application container and another to be able use it in the real world. You will need to learn how to push a Docker Image to AWS. [Read here]
4. Reduce Latency with EC2 placement groups
It is simple to create an AWS placement group to address latency issues. However, there are important limitations and caveats to remember. [Read here]
3. What you need to know about VPC Security Groups
Here’s a quick overview of VPC security groups, their purpose, and some rules to remember when working with them in AWS. [Read here]
2. PuTTY allows you to connect to a Linux instance in AWS
Logging into a Linux instance is quite different to logging in to Windows instances. Brien walks through the steps using PuTTY. [Read here]
1. Part 1: Migrating a Microsoft Azure VM from Microsoft Azure to AWS
It’s possible to move virtual machines from Microsoft’s cloud into Amazon’s. But that doesn’t make it easy. Brien provides the first part of this two-part series. [Read here]

2017 Wrap-Up: Top AWS Columns of the Year
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