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How to Start a Business on Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) with AWS

EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud):​

  • Overview: Amazon EC2 provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It allows users to launch virtual servers, known as instances, in various configurations to meet different computing needs.
  • Key Concepts:
    • Instances: Different types based on use cases (e.g., general-purpose, memory-optimized, GPU instances).
    • Auto Scaling: Automatically adjusts the number of instances based on demand.
    • Amazon Machine Images (AMIs): Pre-configured templates for instances.

S3 (Simple Storage Service):​

  • Overview: Amazon S3 is a scalable object storage service designed to store and retrieve any amount of data from anywhere on the web. It is commonly used for data backup, archiving, and content distribution.
  • Key Concepts:
    • Buckets: Containers for storing objects.
    • Objects: Files stored within buckets.
    • Storage Classes: Different storage classes based on data access patterns.

VPC (Virtual Private Cloud):​

  • Overview: Amazon VPC allows you to provision a logically isolated section of the AWS Cloud where you can launch AWS resources in a virtual network. It provides control over the virtual networking environment, including IP address ranges, subnets, and route tables.
  • Key Concepts:
    • Subnets: Divisions of IP address ranges in a VPC.
    • Route Tables: Define rules for routing network traffic.
    • Security Groups and Network ACLs: Control inbound and outbound traffic.

RDS (Relational Database Service):​

  • Overview: Amazon RDS makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud. It supports several database engines, including MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server.
  • Key Concepts:
    • DB Instances: Running databases in the cloud.
    • Multi-AZ Deployments: Automatic failover for high availability.
    • Read Replicas: Improve read scalability.

Elastic Load Balancing (ELB):​

  • Overview: Elastic Load Balancing automatically distributes incoming application traffic across multiple targets, such as Amazon EC2 instances, containers, and IP addresses.
  • Key Concepts:
    • Application Load Balancer (ALB) and Network Load Balancer (NLB): Different types for various use cases.
    • Target Groups: Define targets for routing requests.

EBS (Elastic Block Store):​

  • Overview: Amazon EBS provides block-level storage volumes that you can attach to EC2 instances. It allows you to create persistent block storage for use with instances.
  • Key Concepts:
    • Volume Types: Different types based on performance characteristics.
    • Snapshots: Point-in-time copies of volumes for backup.

Identity and Access Management (IAM):​

  • Overview: IAM enables you to securely control access to AWS services and resources. It is crucial for managing permissions and ensuring secure identity management.
  • Key Concepts:
    • Users, Groups, and Roles: Define entities and their permissions.
    • Policies: JSON documents defining permissions.

CloudFormation:​

  • Overview: AWS CloudFormation allows you to define and provision AWS infrastructure as code. You can create templates to automate the deployment and update of resources.
  • Key Concepts:
    • Templates: YAML or JSON files describing resources.
    • Stacks: Sets of resources created from a template.

CloudWatch:​

  • Overview: AWS CloudWatch provides monitoring and observability services for AWS resources and applications. It enables you to collect and track metrics, collect and monitor log files, and set alarms.
  • Key Concepts:
    • Metrics and Alarms: Monitor and set thresholds for resource performance.
    • Logs and Events: Centralized logging and event management.
 
Out of the Box Ways of Cashing with AWS

Build tools to automate certain things and offer them through the AWS marketplace as paid products. Charge a small percentage of the savings, but it could also be a flat fee.

Then offer free of charge consultancy to people willing to install them, 1 hour Zoom call in which you look at their account together and install the tool that makes sense for the customer. Afterwards, connsider applying a few cost optimizations pro-bono and/or offer various advice they may need.

You need a relatively established process of developing new tools, there are so many missing features or gaps over the wide range of AWS services, and temporarily tackling a single one of them with a tool should be enough.
 
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