I personally can’t imagine supporting a big infrastructure without introducing automation and to automate something you have to use command line. If you are more into Windows and started working on AWS for your clients, then I assume that you would love to start managing AWS using AWS PowerShell Module like I do. AWS Console is really good and informative
Finally, I managed to migrate my blog from GoDaddy to Amazon Lightsail, and everything looks good so far. Thanks to Amazon Lightsail for providing a static public IP (126.96.36.199). It’s really simple to migrate your blogs from any other hosting Amazon Lightsail, details information can be found here. [ad] They have very attractive pricing, which is one of the reason
It is very common that sometimes we disabled the network adapter from VM to trouble shoot some network related issue, and after doing so we suddenly realize that we made a big mistake, especially if we do it on Azure VMs. Suddenly we lost all the communication to the VM, no RDP, no PowerShell, and VM got completely isolated from
AWS expanding their footprint again, this time with a new region in Mumbai, India. AWS customers in the area can use the new Asia Pacific (Mumbai) Region to better serve end users in India. New Region The new Mumbai region has two Availability Zones, raising the global total to 35. It supports Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) (C4, M4, T2, D2, I2,
Finally a great feature add to AWS EC2 instances (HVM virtualization only), which was requested by almost everyone. Now we can take a console screenshot of any EC2 Instances. This is now available publicly. Earlier we had to log a case with AWS Support to get the AWS Console screenshot. This is a similar feature like Boot Diagnostics for Azure
In this topic we will describes the necessary steps to migrate a VMWare VM to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) using PowerShell. You could also migrate VM using AWS command line tools, but I found using PowerShell is much easier than command line tools. [ad#as_in] Requirements: AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell (http://aws.amazon.com/powershell/) IAM account to authenticate. Basic knowledge on PowerShell.