How to tag your AWS resources efficiently

In AWS we can tag our EC2 resources to manage the environment. We can categorize the resources by assigning our own metadata to each of them in form of tags. You can tag your resources in many ways ex: Environment Based, Application Based and Role Based. Tags are mainly helping us to understand the AWS billing. […]
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How to add/ configure a Domain in AWS Route 53

Rout 53 – From the documentation of Route 53 : Route 53 is a scalable Domain Name System (DNS) web service. It provides secure and reliable routing to your infrastructure that uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) products, such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Elastic Load Balancing, or Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). You […]
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How to use Google Authenticator as a virtual MFA device on AWS Console.

If you are managing several AWS accounts for your customers, then remembering all the password for these AWS accounts is a very difficult task. In my case I am storing all the passwords in my browser cache. But it is very risky isn’t it? Anybody can access the accounts when you are not in your […]
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How to Create a SWAP space in an AWS Micro Instance

If you are using a Micro Instance in AWS then you can find there is not swap space with it. But, it always requires a swap space if you are running applications that require a large amount of memory. The combined sizes of the physical memory and the swap space is the amount of virtual […]
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How to install and configure an Open-VPN with NAT server inside AWS VPC

We are using AWS VPC to create an logically Isolated area for our servers. We have complete control on the networking for our AWS VPC. We can customize our networking like public facing subnet and private-facing subnets. We can put our webservers in the public-facing subnets that has internet access and all other backend servers […]
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