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  • What I have learned about EC2 on AWS

    This is the third post of content for preparing yourself for becoming an AWS Solutions Architect Associate.

    In this post, we are going to focus on Elastic Cloud Compute, EC2, on AWS.

    As I have done previously let’s look at the similarities and differences to the closest equivalent in Azure. EC2 is the Infrastructure as a...

  • What I have learned about EBS on AWS

    This is the fourth post of content for preparing yourself for becoming an AWS Solutions Architect Associate.

    In this post, we are going to focus on Elastic Block Store, EBS, on AWS.

    As I have done previously let’s look at the similarities and differences to the closest equivalent in Azure. EBS is the disk volume for...

  • What I have learned about CloudWatch on AWS

    This is the fifth post of content for preparing yourself for becoming an AWS Solutions Architect Associate.

    In this post, we are going to focus on CloudWatch on AWS.

    As I have done previously let’s look at the similarities and differences to the closest equivalent in Azure. CloudWatch is the monitoring service for performance on AWS...

  • What I have learned about S3 on AWS

    This is the second post of content for preparing yourself for becoming an AWS Solutions Architect Associate.

    As stated in my AWS IAM post, next up is AWS’ Simple Storage Service, or S3, as it is more commonly known.

    As I did with IAM, let’s look at the differences to the closest equivalent in Azure. S3...

  • What I have learned about IAM on AWS

    This is the first post of content for preparing yourself for becoming an AWS Solutions Architect Associate.

    We are going to start by discussing AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM). As cloud architects and engineers we know already that IAM is extremely important to protecting our cloud infrastructures. That is no different within AWS.

    Microsoft has...