Amazon Web Services : RHEL 6.4 Setup

Although most of my test servers are registered with RackSpace, I thought that it would be a good idea to review AWS for some of my less technical colleagues that are interested in gently stepping into the Cloud Server arena. AWS offers a free tier service for 12 months using the t1.micro instance for 750 hours. However, a credit card will be required to setup an account so they may easily charge you if you decide to upgrade to another service level. Although this straightforward 25 step process will help you get up running with a RHEL 6.4 server, you should read the AWS documentation and FAQs to understand how the system works and pricing levels.

1. Go to the Amazon website and click “Get Started for Free“,

  http://aws.amazon.com/free/

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