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Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Getting Started Guide Kindle Edition

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Length: 18 pages

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This is official Amazon Web Services (AWS) documentation for Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC).

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud enables you to create a virtual network topology—including subnets and routing—for your Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) resources. This guide gives you a hands-on introduction to using Amazon VPC through the AWS Management Console. The guide walks you through a simple scenario in which you set up a VPC with a single public subnet containing a running instance with an Elastic IP address.

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HASH(0x98e993e4) out of 5 stars Count me in! Jan. 17 2015
By Vista Bill Raley - Published on
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I'm as ready as I'll ever be! This helpful book will assist in "joining the cloud". A couple years ago, I had some free cloud storage somewhere. I liked the idea very much. I like to back up my files several times and I like to have one of the back ups away from my home. What if there is a horrible fire or water problem? Well, I stored some of my most valuable files on the cloud server and I was not pleased. The cloud server "re-filed" things the way the robots wanted to do it... not the way I planned... so I gave up my free cloud storage until I had time to rethink things. I have more than 1.3 terabytes of movies, music, pictures, eBooks, etc. Many could never be replaced so I create a single daily (or more frequent) backup on one of my external drives. Then a couple or three times a week, I do two more backups on external drives... and there's more, believe it or not! Once a week, I back up again on a drive I keep in my safe in another room away from my computer. Am I finished yet! Nope. You're going to think I've taken leave of my senses now! I have another infrequent backup stored in my daughter's safe 30 miles away! It's true! Really! I have read too many horror stories about a person losing their computer's hard drive and turning to a second backup drive and have that fail, and even a third! Failed also! Guys, I don't want to have that ever happen to me! I'm prepared! Now I'll decide if I want my trusted Amazon to further protect my files. I'll decide soon. Maybe I will no longer need so many backups! So... my advice is do invest in at least one external hard drive. Here I go again! Then let Amazon's VPC store your files far from danger and loss. What one should never, ever do is to not have their computer's files backed up! VPC could well be the answer.
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HASH(0x98e99630) out of 5 stars Simple getting started March 28 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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A basic getting started document that walks you through the most basic private subnet situation. Most situations (existing company networks) are significantly more complex; the full documentation provinces great detail; but between the those two extremes there is a lot of ground to cover for a person to be fully conversant with VPC. An advanced getting started is needed for the average network technician to shift their thinkng from physical routers to virtual routers.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x98e99870) out of 5 stars Good Introduction May 14 2014
By JoeI - Published on
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While the book is highly technical, I found it to be a great introduction to Amazon's Cloud capabilities and the cloud in general.
HASH(0x98e99a14) out of 5 stars Great product. Lousy Client Oct. 21 2015
By Sharp911 - Published on
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Great stuff. But use oDrive to sync. Dont use Amazons client. IT SUCKS. I would give it a 5* if they had a client like oDrive.
HASH(0x98e998e8) out of 5 stars Good guide Sept. 23 2015
By rajas - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
VPC has many components but this book explains all of them. It is quite comprehensive. I hope others find it useful too