Important! AWS network infrastructure changes announced on 3.11.13 regarding all AWS users. Go here for more information.
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Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Scalable compute capacity in the cloud.
Amazon provides infrastructure and a suite of web services that enables developers to create dynamic and robust applications. Although these tools are effective and versatile, they can be complicated to use. RightScale is dedicated to providing powerful and intuitive solutions and ways to take full advantage of Amazon Web Services. Deploying on AWS can save you time, money, and administrative effort compared to building and maintaining more traditional systems. Deploying on RightScale will magnify your return on investment, cut your time to market, and reduce the resources required to manage your hosted environment. Before we show you how we make it easier, let's cover the basics of the services that Amazon provides. For more information, see http://aws.amazon.com/.
In addition to the basics on this unified landing page, two additional levels of information can be found for many supported AWS features:
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|Images (Amazon Machine Images - AMIs)||X||X|
|Elastic IPs (EIPs)||X||X|
|Elastic Load Balancing||X||X|
|RDS Security Groups||X||X|
|RDS Subnet Groups||X||X|
|RDS Parameter Groups||X||X|
|VPC DHCP Options||X||X|
|VPC Internet Gateways||X||X|
|SQS Queues (beta)||X||X|
The RightScale MultiCloud Marketplace offers many ServerTemplates that support AWS.
Click here to see AWS ServerTemplates, or follow these simple instructions:
The following are the Top 10 AWS specific FAQs, or click here to see all AWS specific FAQs.
Please see Amazon's status page: http://status.aws.amazon.com/
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