Cost Optimisation for AWS Resources  [draft]

Reference AWS Workshop: Cost Optimisation

November 27, 2021 · 1 min · 5 words · Eric

AWS SysOps Exam Preparation

Billing and Cost Management User-Defined Cost Allocation Tags User-defined tags are tags that you define, create and apply to resources.After you have create and applied them, you can activate them on the Billing and Cost Management console for cost allocation tracking. The detailed steps are: Log in to the AWS Management Console of the new account Use the Tag Editor to create the new user-defined tags Use the Cost Allocation Tag manager in the payer account to mark the tags as cost allocation tags Certificate Manager (ACM) When you request a public certificate, AWS Certificate Manager (ACM) generates a public/private key pair...

August 8, 2020 · 9 min · 1914 words · Eric

AWS Cloud Practitioner Exam Preparation

General Information Introduction to AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Examination time is around 90 minutes. Examination score is between 100-1000, and the minimum passing score is 700. Exam Content Outline Domain 1 - Cloud Concepts (26%) 1.1 Define the AWS Cloud and it’s value proposition 1.2 Identify aspects of AWS Cloud economics 1.3 List the different cloud architecture design principles Domain 2 - Security and Compliance (25%) 2.1 Define the AWS Cloud shared responsibility model 2....

January 17, 2020 · 1 min · 165 words · Eric

Setup DataGrip Connection to AWS Athena with IAM Role Profile

Instructions Step 0 - Check Local AWS CLI Config Before you start to configure DataGrip, please ensure your AWS CLI config is EXACTLY like following screenshot IAM Role Profile needs to store in the credentials You can refer to this official AWS document: Configuration basics - AWS command-Line Interface Step 1 - Install DataGrip For Mac User Option 1: If you have brew installed on your workstation, you could execute the following command in your favourite terminal 1 brew install --cask datagrip Option 2: Download the executable at https://www....

December 11, 2019 · 2 min · 217 words · Eric

AWS Storage Comparison

Block Storage vs Object Storage Block Storage: block level operations are possible one block changed, e.g piece of the file, that contains the changed data can be updated in block level Object Storage: Entire file must be removed and new file needs to be put there S3 vs EBS vs EFS S3: S3 to be used for WORM operations, e.g. Write once Read many times Scalable, size not be planned not suitable for hosting OS or Database EBS:...

November 3, 2019 · 1 min · 147 words · Eric