Drupal: Create MySql On RDS!
In the previous tutorial we configured VPC and subnets. Now, let's install and configure MySql on AWS Relational Database Service: RDS.
As per Amazon Web Services,
Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud. It provides . . .
Drupal: Create A Virtual Private Cloud!
In previous article we looked at a Drupal Architecture in the cloud. We also learned the importance of breaking a larger network into smaller public and private segments. Now it's time to create the Virtual Private Cloud: the VPC.
Create My Cloud
Log into AWS console and select Your VPCs. From there, click Create VPC. . . .
Drupal Architecture For The Cloud!
In this series I will show you how to install and configure Drupal - The Super Duper CMS in Amazon Cloud. Drupal is a PHP based CMS. Drupal is open source. The software is free to help you build everything from personal blogs to enterprise applications.
Drupal installation requires,
- a PHP installation
- a Web Server . . .
Monty: The Security Guard!
Monty: The Security Guard! Yes, In this article you will learn,
- How to list security groups
- How to create a security group
- How to apply rules to a security group
- How to revoke rules from a security group
- How to remove a security group
Here are few words about a security group.
A . . .
Monty: The Weight Watcher!
Yes, this is Monty: The Weight Watcher! Why? Well, in this tutorial you will learn,
- How to list your weight .. EBS Volumes
- How to add weight .. attach a volume to your EC2 instance
- How to lose weight .. detach a volume from your EC2 instance
Boto: List my weight...EBS Volumes
I will create a new . . .
Monty: The Firefighter!
Monty the Firefighter! That's right. In this tutorial we will see how to start, stop and list EC2 instances. I say: fire up or cool down an EC2 instance, and that is why Monty is a Firefighter.
By the end of this tutorial you will learn how to,
- Create a generic AWS Connection class
- List EC2 Instances
- List . . .
Monty: The Organizer!
In previous tutorial we installed, configured & tested Python Boto. We learned how to create and run python script from the interpreter. There is a better way to organize your code into modules and packages. Additionally, we will also look at Python classes. First, let's setup a simple structure for our DevOps project.
Python . . .
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