Steps to convert RHEL-BASED PV instances to HVM

Posted on November 5, 2014 by CloudThat | Comments(2)

My previous blog will give you an idea as to why HVM instances in AWS are better than PV instances and why people prefer using HVM instances over PV instances. Moreover, the HVM instances offered by Amazon are cheaper than the PV ones. For example, PV m1.medium costs $0.087 per Hour whereas, HVM m3.medium costs $0.070 per Hour.

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Virtualization in Amazon Web Services

Posted on October 16, 2014 by CloudThat | Comments(3)

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances are the central part of Amazon.com’s cloud computing platform, Amazon Web Services (AWS). An instance type determines the hardware of the host computer used. Each instance type offers different compute and memory capabilities.

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Introducing new AWS Feature: CloudWatch Logs

Posted on August 5, 2014 by CloudThat | Comments(2)

In the recently organized AWS Summit in New York, a new extension service to CloudWatch called CloudWatch Logs has been added to the AWS services catalog. Earlierly CloudWatch was only monitoring resource utilization so to monitor application level logs we have to opt for third party tools.

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Resource level Permission for EC2

Posted on March 27, 2014 by CloudThat | Comments(0)

Elastic Cloud Compute has proven to be a flagship service provided by Amazon Web Service where one could allocate and use powerful computing resources (EC2 Instances) with ease. Using EC2, one can perform complex operations like allocating virtual resources for development, testing, production with few clicks.

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