Join Brandon Rich for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding SSH key authentication, part of Amazon Web Services: Deploying and Provisioning.
- [Instructor] In order to work…with ec2 instances,…you're going to need to understand SSH Key Authentication.…What's typically required when you want to log-in…to a remote Linux server?…Like a new Amazon Linux ec2 instance.…Port 22 must be accessible from your location.…The host must have SSHD running…and you must have a username and a password.…Password authentication must be enabled…and the client logs in with some SSHD client software…such as OS10's built-in SSH command…or PuTTY for Windows.…The default situation in AWS is a little different.…
First, Amazon Linux automatically provisions…an admin level user called ec2 user.…Second, they do not provide password log-in by default.…Instead, we'll rely on SSH Key Authentication.…SSH Key Authentication replaces password authentication…using public-private key encryption.…Logging in with your private key…requires the remote host has the public key installed.…First, you must generate a public-private key pair.…This can be done on Linux or Mac OS X…with the SSH keygen command,…
This course is also part of a series designed to help you prepare for the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate certification exam.
- Understanding AWS EC2
- Creating an EC2 instance
- Provisioning with CloudFormation
- Architecting apps for horizontal scaling
- Creating an Elastic Beanstalk environment and app
- Using OpsWorks
- Deploying apps with CodeDeploy
Skill Level Intermediate
1. AWS EC2 Foundations
2. EC2 Creation and Provisioning
Create an EC2 instance13m 24s
3. Deployment Concepts
4. Elastic Beanstalk
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