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It’s time for a thread, an #AWS thread, to make sure you know your CloudFront from CloudTrail, and Athena from Aurora … with a little help from the #devcommunity

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A is for Alarm

If you are new to #AWS and are using the free tier you may want to add a #CloudWatch Billing Alarm to make sure you don't run into any unexpected charges.

Learn more about CloudWatch with @kylegalbraith

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B is for Bucket

#AWS #S3 buckets store objects, similar to files and folders on your local machine.

Learn more about S3 with @DavidOjedaL

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A few weeks back, we've noticed our snapshot bills to grow weirdly high.. after some debugging, I've found the snapshot billing and way snapshots stored as an interesting concept..
As the graph says, the usage vs snapshot billing isn't growing proportionally linear.. (1/n)
I decided to debug how snapshots are billed.. fundamentally, snapshots are block-level backups of EBS volumes.. since AWS can't see data inside your block, they read disk blocks occupied and take a copy of them and store them as objects in their s3.. (2/n)
Every time there's a data change inside your EBS volume, by nature of linux and hard disks, the new blocks is where data is written.. So, AWS knows there's change of data (this could be deletion of data too) and marks those blocks as the difference in data..thus incremental (3/n)
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Preparing for AWS exams?
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The user can configure SQS, which will decouple the call between the EC2 application and S3. Thus, the application does not keep waiting for S3 to provide the data.
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Auto Scaling enables you to follow the demand curve for your applications closely, reducing the need to manually provision Amazon EC2 capacity in advance.
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Selbstverständlich finden alle Spiele Sonnabends um 15:30 statt, und alle Clubs bekommen die gleichen Fernsehgelder. #TraumBundesliga
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