Thursday, 7 November 2019

KnowledgeIndia NEW Initiatives for Cloud Learning

Hi all, 

We are currently working to bring lot of new useful stuff for you. As usual, it is going to be on YouTube and free of cost. We require your support to spread the word with your friends & colleagues. 



If you are a viewer/subscriber of KnowledgeIndia and find our tutorials helpful, please tell your friends about this FREE learning resource.



Sunday, 22 September 2019

Congratulations to our First 30K SUBSCRIBERS !!!

Hello my dear friends, 

Welcome to KnowledgeIndia once again 😄😄

In this post, I want to congratulate you as you are one out of the first 30K Subscribers of KnowledgeIndia. We have just reach the number of 30K subscribers and it is growing. It means a lot when you write appreciation in comments (though it doesn't happen all the time). 

We are currently working on new video tutorials and hopefully will have a lot for you on upcoming Diwali as a gift-pack. You can help us do more by sharing our videos with your friends, writing about it on LinkedIn/Facebook/Twitter if it has helped you learn a concept. 

Please make sure that you subscribe to our YouTube Channel, if not done already and PRESS the bell icon. :) 

ANNOUNCEMENT

On this mark of 30K Subscribers, we are sharing a page on our blog which would remain updated with all the videos & their links in one page. The page is LIVE now and we request you to check it out here.

Keep sharing and spreading knowledge, wherever you are!!


Tuesday, 23 July 2019

Detailed Steps to create a new AWS Account

1. Go to the Amazon Web Services home page and sign up for an account.

    • Go to the Amazon Web Services home page.
    • Click Create a Free Account.
    • On the sign-in page, click Create an Account
      Note: This might be unavailable in your browser if you previously signed in to the AWS Management Console. In that case, click Sign in to a different account, and then click Create a new account.
    • Type the requested account information, and then click Continue.
    • Choose Personal or Professional.
    Note: These two account types are identical in functionality. You can choose a personal account for your personal projects or choose professional for use within your company, an educational institution, or an organization.
    • Type the requested company or personal information.
    • Read the AWS Customer Agreement, and then check the box.
    • Click Create Account and Continue.

2. Add a payment method.

    • On the Payment Information page, add a payment method by typing the requested information associated with your payment method.
    • Click Secure Submit.

3. Verify your phone number.

    • On the Phone Verification page, type a phone number that you can use to accept incoming phone calls.
    • Enter the code displayed in the security check.
    • When you're ready to receive a call, click Call me now. In a few moments, an automated system will call you.
    • Type the provided PIN on your phone's keypad. After the process has completed, click Continue.

4. Choose a support plan and sign in to your console.

    • On the Select a Support Plan page, select the Basic Plan included in the free tier.
    • Click Sign in to Console to sign in to your console.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019

AWS Free Tier Benefits with AWS Organizations

Hello Friends,

In this short article, we will talk about different scenarios around Free Tier benefits when you use an AWS account with AWS Organizations. There are couple of different combinations possible:

  1. In case of an independent AWS account, Free Tier benefit starts from the day of account creation. 
  2. If an AWS account is created via AWS Organization, then Free Tier benefits would start from the creation day of MASTER Account (in that Organization) and not the newly created (CHILD) AWS account.
  3. Third scenario is, if you create an AWS account independently and later on add it to AWS Organization. E.g. Account1 is created on 01-March-2019, there is another AWS Organization in which the Master account was created on 11-Jan-2019
    • When Account1 joins this Organization, the Free Tier benefit would be reset as if it is applicable from 11-Jan-2019. 
    • In case, Account1 leaves the Organization, the start date for Free Tier benefit would again become 01-Mar-2019 for Account1. 
In summary, while an AWS Account is part of an Organization, the Free Tier benefits would always be governed by the CREATION DATE of MASTER Account in that AWS Organization. 

I would like to thank Jagadish for pointing this out in our Organizations video as shown below. 





Friday, 25 January 2019

TLS Termination for Network Load Balancers :)

There is a reason I love AWS - they continue to impress you by bringing the features which customers demand. Here is a new feature which is going to make your life lot more easier with NLB.
Going forward, you do not have to keep SSL certificate on all your instances (behind NLB), rather you can terminate TLS connection at NLB. This saves you from lot of work and regular housekeeping.

If you have not setup NLB already, here is a video to show you step by step setup, you can watch and practice.


After this, it is recommended to spend 10 minutes to understand the benefits of this new feature, read it here.




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