Learn how to create an EC2 snapshot and AMI for fault tolerance and high availability.
- [Narrator] In this next section,…we're going to use the CLI to work with EC2.…We're going to start by running just describe instances.…This is similar conceptually to AWS S3LS…in that it's going to show us a running instances.…You can see we have a lot of detailed information…if I scroll up to the top here.…We have a lot of instances running.…You can see, for example, here's our first instance.…
As we did with S3, I think when you're starting to learn…the CLI it's great to look at the console…just to confirm what you're seeing.…You can see inside the console here…we have a number of instances running.…Now, we can programmatically…work with the state of our instances.…Often times we need to supply an instance id.…If you're running these commands,…your instance ids might differ and what I've done…is I've retrieved an instance id…from one of my EC2 instances.…I'll actually show you where I got it.…You can see I have two copies of my website running.…
If I click on website copy, here's my instance id.…It ends in the value EB.…
This course is also an exam preparation resource, as it covers topics that map to the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate exam.
- AWS design concepts
- Serverless services
- Server-based services
- Code tools for implementation
- Design trade-offs for AWS applications
Skill Level Intermediate
Amazon Web Services: High Availabilitywith Sharif Nijim2h 17m Intermediate
Amazon Web Services: Monitoring and Metricswith Sharif Nijim2h 4m Intermediate
1. Design Concepts for Serverless AWS Services
2. Design Concepts for Server-Based AWS Services
3. AWS Code Tools for Implementation
4. Design Trade-Offs for AWS Applications
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