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Getting Started with AWS

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AWS Well-Architected Framework

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Overview of Amazon Web Serv...

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Amazon Simple Storage Servi...

3.58 avg rating — 159 ratings — published 2012
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Amazon Elastic Compute Clou...

3.62 avg rating — 130 ratings — published 2012
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Getting Started with AWS: D...

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AWS Security Best Practices

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AWS Storage Services Overvi...

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Amazon Virtual Private Clou...

3.69 avg rating — 94 ratings — published 2012
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“Elastic Load Balancing Elastic Load Balancing includes 10 metrics and 2 dimensions, and sends data to CloudWatch every minute. You can create alarms using Elastic Load Balancing Dimensions and Metrics. For more information, see Monitor Your Load Balancer Using Amazon CloudWatch in the Elastic Load Balancing Developer Guide.”
Amazon Web Services, Amazon CloudWatch Developer Guide

“Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Amazon EC2 includes 10 metrics and 4 dimensions, and sends data to CloudWatch every 5 minutes by default. For an additional charge, you can enable detailed monitoring for Amazon EC2, which sends data to CloudWatch every minute. You can create alarms using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Dimensions and Metrics”
Amazon Web Services, Amazon CloudWatch Developer Guide

“Auto Scaling Auto Scaling includes 7 metrics and 1 dimension, and sends data to CloudWatch every 5 minutes by default. For an additional charge, you can enable detailed monitoring for Auto Scaling, which sends data to CloudWatch every minute. You can create alarms using Auto Scaling Dimensions and Metrics. For more information, see Monitor Your Auto Scaling Instances in the Auto Scaling Developer Guide.”
Amazon Web Services, Amazon CloudWatch Developer Guide



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