In order to get the best value when using Amazons EC2 service, you should evaluate the following in order to get the best value from the EC2 pricing that suits your application and business needs. One of the most important things to consider when setting up your EC2 instances is what pricing type meets your applications needs best. You will also have to choose an EC2 instance type that will suit your compute needs. There is a wide range of instances available and each instance type will vary in price.
AWS Greengrass is an IoT service for AWS customers that allows them to program and update devices using AWS Lambda and the AWS Management Console. The Greengrass service extends AWS to physical devices and allows a group of devices to be connected and communicate locally and on the Cloud.
In our latest blog, we look to answer the question, What is Amazon Redshift? The simple answer is that Amazon Redshift is a fully managed data warehouse service that can scale from just a hundred gigabytes to a petabyte or more. Amazon Redshift is a simple cost effective way to analyse your data using SQL and your existing BI (Business Intelligence) tools. Redshift is designed to connect SQL-based clients and business intelligence tools for analytic workloads. Amazon Redshift gives you fast querying abilities and enables you to execute complex queries against any size of dataset. In this blog, we will look at more of the key features and benefits, so you will no longer have to ask: What is Amazon Redshift?
When it comes to your company’s backup and disaster recovery needs, Amazon Web Services’ cloud-computing platform is an ideal choice. But despite its inherent benefits, file level recovery for EBS snapshots can still be a difficult, time-consuming process, especially for non-IT professionals. However, it doesn’t have to be. In this article, we’ll take a look at how file level recovery for AWS EBS snapshots work. We’ll also discuss how a third-party provider like CloudRanger can greatly simplify the process
While Amazon Web Services typically offers a pay-as-you-go approach for its products, the company’s Relational Database Service (RDS) has been an outlier. Unlike Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances, which can be paused and relaunched as needed, the ability to directly stop and start RDS instances has never been available… until now.