Understanding what AWS provides for setting up private networks, security groups and more is important for anyone who calls themselves DevOps. AWS allows you to define a software defined network. You do this with Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC). You can define subnets, ingress rules, security groups, NAT gateways, Internet gateways, and more. Amazon VPC A VPC is a virtual private cloud. You can create multiple Amazon VPCs within a region that spans multiple availability zones.
Understanding what AWS/EC2 provides for provisioning on-demand computing is essential for all DevOps. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Amazon EC2 is AWS primary web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. EC2 Compute Compute is computational power needed for your use case. Amazon EC2 allows add compute resources through its Web Service API. EC2 allows you to launch instances. An instance is a server and you can install whatever software you need for your service or web application: NGINX, Apache httpd, Cassandra, Kafka, etc.
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