AWS EC2, or Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, is a cloud computing service provided by Amazon Web Services. It allows you to rent virtual servers (known as instances) in the cloud, which can be easily scaled up or down based on your computing needs. EC2 instances are used for running applications, hosting websites, and performing various computing tasks in a flexible and cost-effective manner.

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, is a web service offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that provides resizable and scalable compute capacity in the cloud. In simple terms, AWS EC2 allows you to launch and manage virtual machines, known as instances, in the AWS cloud.
AWS AMI, or Amazon Machine Image, is a pre-configured virtual machine image used to create and launch Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances
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Tutorial and source code explaining how to manage AWS EC2 Instances and Security with Terraform.
AWS Public and Private Network in a VPC
Tutorial and source code explaining how to provision and configure a VPC, Route 53, RDS MariaDB, Instances and security groups using Ansible and Terraform on AWS to run WordPress in an Ubuntu server with Nginx, PHP, and Let’s Encrypt.
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