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AWS EC2 Real Story on Elastic Cloud Computing

The short name for Amazon Elastic Computing Cloud is EC2. You can keep this point as an interview question. The computing capacity has an elastic property. Based on your requirement you can increase or decrease computing power.
You need to be very attentive when you enable Auto scaling feature. It is a responsibility on Admins. Amazon AWS EC2Making your existing hardware to the requirement, always is not so easy. So the EC2 feature in AWS helps you to allocate computing power according to your needs. AWS EC2 instance acts as your physical server.It has memory.You can increase the instance size in terms of CPU, Memory, Storage and GPU.EC2 auto scaling is a property, where it automatically increase your computing power. List of Top Security Features in EC2  1#. Virtual Private CloudThe responsibility of Virtual Private Cloud, is to safeguard each instance separately. That means, you cannot access others instance, which is already created by other organization.
2#. Network Access Control L…

Cloud Security Rules - Good to Start

The Cloud Security Rules explains the different aspects of cloud security to business leaders, CxO's, IT-managers and decision makers. The security principles are the same as before while the implementation and the risks involved are dramatically changed. The book is co-authored by some of the most recognized security specialists and bloggers in the world. The authors are gathered from USA, Europe and Africa, sharing their great knowledge of implementing and securing the cloud.

This book is made to help it easier for you to choose the right cloud supplier as well as setting up and running your critical services in the cloud. Questions you will find answers about include: - Do I have to accept that standard SLA? - What should an SLA include? - What standards should I be paying attention to, if any? - How do I treat mobile workers, and how do they fit into the cloud? - Do I really need to care about logging? - Many more! Since the cloud computing is global, you risk using service p…