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They have a good security system and that was an important thing for us. An digital document that uses the X. The facility was clean and well kept. In other words, the application revision currently targeted for deployment. We value customer satisfaction, therefore, we follow up our deliveries with a customer feedback. Travis Lee was very helpful and friendly. Very clean and functional.
The person who writes a policy to grant permissions to a resource. The issuer by definition is always the resource owner. If John is the resource owner, AWS authenticates John's identity when he submits the policy he's written to grant permissions for that resource. A group of attributes that is uniquely identifiable among all of the other items.
Items in Amazon DynamoDB are similar in many ways to rows, records, or tuples in other database systems. One or more step s that specify all of the functions to be performed on the data. A lightweight data interchange format. For information about JSON, see http: The location where email messages that various filters determine to be of lesser value are collected so that they do not arrive in the recipient 's inbox but are still accessible to the recipient.
This is also referred to as a spam or bulk folder. The unique identifier for an object in a bucket. Every object in a bucket has exactly one key. You can uniquely address every object in Amazon S3 through the combination of the web service endpoint, bucket name, and key, as in this example: The name of an object in Amazon S3. It is a sequence of Unicode characters whose UTF-8 encoding cannot exceed bytes.
In a policy , a specific characteristic that is the basis for restricting access such as the current time, or the IP address of the requester. A general tag label that acts like a category for more specific tag values. For example, you might have EC2 instance with the tag key of Owner and the tag value of Jan.
You can tag an AWS resource with up to 10 key—value pairs. Not all AWS resources can be tagged. A set of security credentials that you use to prove your identity electronically. A key pair consists of a private key and a public key. A logical grouping of the objects in a bucket. The prefix value is similar to a directory name that enables you to store similar data under the same directory in a bucket. A template that an Auto Scaling group uses to launch new EC2 instances.
The launch configuration contains information such as the Amazon Machine Image AMI ID, the instance type, key pairs, security group s, and block device mappings, among other configuration settings. The lifecycle state of the EC2 instance contained in an Auto Scaling group. EC2 instances progress through several states over their lifespan; these include Pending , InService , Terminating and Terminated. An action that can be paused by Auto Scaling, such as launching or terminating an EC2 instance.
Enables you to pause Auto Scaling after it launches or terminates an EC2 instance so that you can perform a custom action while the instance is not in service.
A DNS name combined with a set of ports, which together provide a destination for all requests intended for your application. A load balancer can distribute traffic to multiple application instances across every Availability Zone within a Region.
But load balancers cannot span multiple Regions. An index that has the same partition key as the table, but a different sort key. A local secondary index is local in the sense that every partition of a local secondary index is scoped to a table partition that has the same partition key value. A case-sensitive unique string within an AWS CloudFormation template that identifies a resource , mapping , parameter, or output.
In an AWS CloudFormation template, each parameter, resource , property, mapping, and output must be declared with a unique logical name. You use the logical name when dereferencing these items using the Ref function. Software that transports email messages from one computer to another by using a client-server architecture. An organization that provides email mailbox hosting services.
Mailbox providers are sometimes referred to as internet service provider s, even if they only provide mailbox services. A set of email addresses that you can use to test an Amazon SES -based email sending application without sending messages to actual recipients. Each email address represents a specific scenario such as a bounce or complaint and generates a typical response that is specific to the scenario.
The default route table that any new VPC subnet uses for routing. You can associate a subnet with a different route table of your choice. You can also change which route table is the main route table. When sending a create job request for an import or export operation, you describe your job in a text file called a manifest.
The file used for describing batch predictions. The manifest file relates each input data file with its associated batch prediction results. It is stored in the Amazon S3 output location. You specify mappings in the template's optional Mappings section and retrieve the desired value using the FN:: The maximum price you will pay to launch one or more Spot Instance s.
If your maximum price exceeds the current Spot price and your restrictions are met, Amazon EC2 launches instances on your behalf. The maximum number of email messages that you can send per second using Amazon SES. A unique identifier that is assigned to every email message that is sent. The identifier returned when you send a message to a queue.
Information about other data or objects. Users can also specify custom metadata at the time they store an object. In Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Amazon EC2 metadata includes data about an EC2 instance that the instance can retrieve to determine things about itself, such as the instance type, the IP address, and so on.
An element of time-series data defined by a unique combination of exactly one namespace , exactly one metric name, and between zero and ten dimensions. Metrics and the statistics derived from them are the basis of Amazon CloudWatch. The primary identifier of a metric, used in combination with a namespace and optional dimensions.
A type of EC2 instance that is more economical to use if you have occasional bursts of high CPU activity. In machine learning ML , a mathematical model that generates predictions by finding patterns in data. Amazon Machine Learning supports three types of ML models: Also known as a predictive model. A primary DB instance that has a synchronous standby replica in a different Availability Zone. The primary DB instance is synchronously replicated across Availability Zones to the standby replica.
A machine learning model that predicts values that belong to a limited, pre-defined set of permissible values. For example, "Is this product a book, movie, or clothing? An optional AWS account security feature. You get this single-use code from an authentication device that you keep in your physical possession. An internet standard that extends the email protocol to include non-ASCII text and nontext elements like attachments.
A cascading application that provides a simple command-line interface for managing large datasets. An abstract container that provides context for the items names, or technical terms, or words it holds, and allows disambiguation of homonym items residing in different namespaces.
A strategy of mapping one or more IP addresses to another while data packets are in transit across a traffic routing device. This is commonly used to restrict internet communication to private instances while allowing outgoing traffic. A NAT device, managed by AWS, that performs network address translation in a private subnet , to secure inbound internet traffic.
A NAT device, configured by a user, that performs network address translation in a VPC public subnet to secure inbound internet traffic. An optional layer of security that acts as a firewall for controlling traffic in and out of a subnet. You can associate multiple subnets with a single network ACL , but a subnet can be associated with only one network ACL at a time. A transformation that aids in text string analysis. An n-gram transformation takes a text variable as input and outputs strings by sliding a window of size n words, where n is specified by the user, over the text, and outputting every string of words of size n and all smaller sizes.
A node can be either a data instance or a dedicated master instance. A property of AWS CloudFormation parameters that prevent the otherwise default reporting of names and values of a template parameter. Declaring the NoEcho property causes the parameter value to be masked with asterisks in the report by the cfn-describe-stacks command.
Nonrelational database systems that are highly available, scalable, and optimized for high performance. Instead of the relational model, NoSQL databases like Amazon DynamoDB use alternate models for data management, such as key—value pairs or document storage. A null object is one whose version ID is null. Amazon S3 adds a null object to a bucket when versioning for that bucket is suspended. It is possible to have only one null object for each key in a bucket.
The number of times that you allow Amazon Machine Learning to use the same data records to train a machine learning model. The fundamental entity type stored in Amazon S3. Objects consist of object data and metadata.
The data portion is opaque to Amazon S3. A single instance of data that Amazon Machine Learning Amazon ML uses to either train a machine learning model how to predict or to generate a prediction. Each row in an Amazon ML input data file is an observation. An Amazon EC2 pricing option that charges you for compute capacity by the hour with no long-term commitment.
A strategy to ensure that an item that you want to update has not been modified by others before you perform the update. An entity that you create to consolidate and manage your AWS accounts. An organization has one master account along with zero or more member accounts. A container for accounts within a root of an organization. An organizational unit OU can contain other OUs. Usually used with CloudFront private content. The Amazon S3 bucket or custom origin containing the definitive original version of the content you deliver through CloudFront.
Orthogonal sparse bigram transformation. In machine learning, a transformation that aids in text string analysis and that is an alternative to the n-gram transformation. OSB transformations are generated by sliding the window of size n words over the text, and outputting every pair of words that includes the first word in the window. An Amazon S3 location where the results of a batch prediction are stored. The process of responding to an API request by returning a large list of records in small separate parts.
Pagination can occur in the following situations:. The client sets the maximum number of returned records to a value below the total number of records. The service has a default maximum number of returned records that is lower than the total number of records. When an API response is paginated, the service sends a subset of the large list of records and a pagination token that indicates that more records are available. The client includes this pagination token in a subsequent API request, and the service responds with the next subset of records.
This continues until the service responds with a subset of records and no pagination token, indicating that all records have been sent. A marker that indicates that an API response contains a subset of a larger list of records.
The client can return this marker in a subsequent API request to retrieve the next subset of records until the service responds with a subset of records and no pagination token, indicating that all records have been sent. A statement within a policy that allows or denies access to a particular resource. You can state any permission like this: Whenever Jane sends a request to Amazon SQS to use John's queue, the service checks to see if she has permission and if the request satisfies the conditions John set forth in the permission.
A data storage solution where the data remains intact until it is deleted. Options within AWS include: Some AWS CloudFormation commands accept the physical name as a value with the --physical-name parameter. A workflow construct that defines the way software changes go through a release process.
Information that has not been encrypted , as opposed to ciphertext. A document defining permissions that apply to a user, group, or role; the permissions in turn determine what users can do in AWS.
A policy typically allow s access to specific actions, and can optionally grant that the actions are allowed for specific resource s, like EC2 instance s, Amazon S3 bucket s, and so on. Policies can also explicitly deny access. An object that stores the information needed to launch or terminate instances for an Auto Scaling group. Executing the policy causes instances to be launched or terminated. You can configure an alarm to invoke an Auto Scaling policy.
A web address that uses query string authentication. A one-on-one, fast-response support channel that AWS customers can subscribe to for support for AWS infrastructure services. One or two attributes that uniquely identify each item in a Amazon DynamoDB table, so that no two items can have the same key. The user , service, or account that receives permissions that are defined in a policy. The principal is A in the statement "A has permission to do B to C. When using Amazon CloudFront to serve content with an Amazon S3 bucket as the origin, a method of controlling access to your content by requiring users to use signed URLs.
A private numerical address for example, A VPC subnet whose instances cannot be reached from the internet. A predefined setting, such as AWS: You can use pseudo parameters anywhere you can use a regular parameter. A large collection of public information that can be seamlessly integrated into AWS cloud-based applications.
Amazon stores public data sets at no charge to the community and, like all AWS services, users pay only for the compute and storage they use for their own applications. These data sets currently include data from the Human Genome Project, the U. Census, Wikipedia, and other sources.
A pubic numerical address for example, Allows guest VMs to run on host systems that do not have special support extensions for full hardware and CPU virtualization.
Because PV guests run a modified operating system that does not use hardware emulation, they cannot provide hardware-related features such as enhanced networking or GPU support. A process that takes two inputs, a numerical variable and a parameter called a bin number, and outputs a categorical variable. A sequence of messages or jobs that are held in temporary storage awaiting transmission or processing.
The maximum number of DB instance s and available storage you can use. The maximum number of the following items:. A request that specifies a byte range of data to get for a download. If an object is large, you can break up a download into smaller units by sending multiple range GET requests that each specify a different byte range to GET.
An active copy of another DB instance. An identifier that you get when you receive a message from the queue. This identifier is required to delete a message from the queue or when changing a message's visibility timeout.
The entity that consists of the network systems, software, and policies that manage email delivery for a recipient. The person or entity receiving an email message. For example, a person named in the "To" field of a message. A fast, open source, in-memory key-value data structure store. Redis comes with a set of versatile in-memory data structures with which you can easily create a variety of custom applications.
A means of inserting a property from one AWS resource into another. A named set of AWS resource s in the same geographical area. A Region comprises at least two Availability Zone s. Preformatted instructions for common data transformations that fine-tune machine learning model performance. A type of machine learning model that predicts a numeric value, such as the exact purchase price of a house.
A machine learning ML parameter that you can tune to obtain higher-quality ML models. Regularization helps prevent ML models from memorizing training data examples instead of learning how to generalize the patterns it sees called overfitting.
When training data is overfitted, the ML model performs well on the training data but does not perform well on the evaluation data or on new data. The email address to which an email reply is sent. This is different from the return path. An Amazon SES metric, based on factors that might include bounce s, complaint s, and other metrics, regarding whether or not a customer is sending high-quality email.
A measure of confidence, as judged by an internet service provider or other entity that an IP address that they are receiving email from is not the source of spam. The person or application that sends a request to AWS to perform a specific action. When AWS receives a request, it first evaluates the requester's permissions to determine whether the requester is allowed to perform the request action if applicable, for the requested resource.
An Amazon S3 feature that allows a bucket owner to specify that anyone who requests access to objects in a particular bucket must pay the data transfer and request costs.
A collection of EC2 instance s started as part of the same launch request. Not to be confused with a Reserved Instance. A pricing option for EC2 instance s that discounts the on-demand usage charge for instances that meet the specified parameters. Customers pay for the entire term of the instance, regardless of how they use it. An online exchange that matches sellers who have reserved capacity that they no longer need with buyers who are looking to purchase additional capacity.
Reserved Instance s that you purchase from third-party sellers have less than a full standard term remaining and can be sold at different upfront prices.
The usage or reoccurring fees remain the same as the fees set when the Reserved Instances were originally purchased. Each resource may have one or more properties associated with it. For example, an AWS:: Instance resource may have a UserData property. In an AWS CloudFormation template, resources must declare a properties section, even if the resource has no properties.
Also called resource record set. In practice, this generally results in a limited number of operations. A web service that follows REST architectural constraints. An index field option that enables the field's values to be returned in the search results. The email address to which bounced email is returned. The return path is specified in the header of the original email.
This is different from the reply path. A change made to a source that is configured in a source action, such as a pushed commit to a GitHub repository or an update to a file in a versioned Amazon S3 bucket.
A return to a previous state that follows the failure to create an object, such as AWS CloudFormation stack. All resource s associated with the failure are deleted during the rollback. For AWS CloudFormation, you can override this behavior using the --disable-rollback option on the command line. A parent container for the accounts in your organization.
If you apply a service control policy to the root, it applies to every organizational unit and account in the organization. Authentication information associated with the AWS account owner. A volume that contains the image used to boot the instance also known as a root device. If you launched the instance from an AMI backed by instance store , this is an instance store volume created from a template stored in Amazon S3.
A set of routing rules that controls the traffic leaving any subnet that is associated with the route table. You can associate multiple subnets with a single route table, but a subnet can be associated with only one route table at a time. An attribute in the input data that you can include in the evaluation or prediction output to make it easier to associate a prediction with an observation. You add rules to a web ACL , and then specify whether you want to allow or block web requests based on each rule.
A defined duration of time, such as one minute, over which Amazon CloudWatch computes a statistic. A testing location where you can test the functionality of your application without affecting production, incurring charges, or purchasing products.
An environment that is designed for developers to test and evaluate the service. In the sandbox, you have full access to the Amazon SES API, but you can only send messages to verified email addresses and the mailbox simulator.
To get out of the sandbox, you need to apply for production access. Accounts in the sandbox also have lower sending limits than production accounts. To remove EC2 instances from an Auto Scaling group. A description of how Auto Scaling should automatically scale an Auto Scaling group in response to changing demand.
A process that changes the size, configuration, or makeup of an Auto Scaling group by launching or terminating instances. The method used for placing task s on container instance s. The information needed to interpret the input data for a machine learning model, including attribute names and their assigned data types, and the names of special attributes.
A binary classification models output a score that ranges from 0 to 1. To decide whether an observation should be classified as 1 or 0, you pick a classification threshold, or cut-off, and Amazon ML compares the score against it. Observations with scores higher than the cut-off are predicted as target equals 1, and scores lower than the cut-off are predicted as target equals 0. The API that you use to submit search requests to a search domain. Encapsulates your searchable data and the search instances that handle your search requests.
You typically set up a separate Amazon CloudSearch domain for each different collection of data that you want to search. An domain's indexing options, analysis scheme s, expression s, suggester s, access policies, and scaling and availability options. An index field option that enables the field data to be searched. The URL that you connect to when sending search requests to a search domain. Each Amazon CloudSearch domain has a unique search endpoint that remains the same for the life of the domain.
A representation of your searchable data that facilitates fast and accurate data retrieval. A compute resource that indexes your data and processes search requests.
As your data volume grows, more search instances or larger search instances are deployed to contain your indexed data. When necessary, your index is automatically partitioned across multiple search instances.
As your request volume or complexity increases, each search partition is automatically replicated to provide additional processing capacity. A request that is sent to an Amazon CloudSearch domain's search endpoint to retrieve documents from the index that match particular search criteria.
A document that matches a search request. Also referred to as a search hit. A key that is used in conjunction with the access key ID to cryptographically sign programmatic AWS requests. Signing a request identifies the sender and prevents the request from being altered. A named set of allowed inbound network connections for an instance. Security groups in Amazon VPC also include support for outbound connections.
Each security group consists of a list of protocols, ports, and IP address ranges. A security group can apply to multiple instances, and multiple groups can regulate a single instance.
A Microsoft-controlled version of SPF. An email authentication and anti-spoofing system. The sending quota and maximum send rate that are associated with every Amazon SES account. The maximum number of email messages that you can send using Amazon SES in a hour period.
The encrypting of data at the server level. Amazon S3 supports three modes of server-side encryption: A policy-based control that specifies the services and actions that users and roles can use in the accounts that the service control policy SCP affects. A web page showing up-to-the-minute information about AWS service availability.
The dashboard is located at http: The policies that you attach to the service role determine which AWS resources the service can access and what it can do with those resources. A partition of data in an index.
You can split an index into multiple shards, which can include primary shards original shards and replica shards copies of the primary shards. Replica shards provide failover, which means that a replica shard is promoted to a primary shard if a cluster node that contains a primary shard fails.
Replica shards also can handle requests. A predefined bootstrap action that launches a script that executes a series of commands in parallel before terminating the job flow.
Refers to a digital signature , which is a mathematical way to confirm the authenticity of a digital message. AWS uses signatures to authenticate the requests you send to our web services. For more information, to https: A file you copy to the root directory of your storage device.
The file contains a job ID, manifest file, and a signature. A search for a phrase that specifies how close the terms must be to one another to be considered a match. Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. The standard that is used to exchange email messages between internet hosts for the purpose of routing and delivery.
A backup of your volume s that is stored in Amazon S3. You can use these snapshots as the starting point for new Amazon EBS volumes or to protect your data for long-term durability. Simple Object Access Protocol. An index field option that enables a field to be used to sort the search results.
An attribute used to sort the order of partition keys in a composite primary key also known as a range attribute. A security measure to verify that an EC2 instance is the origin of all traffic that it sends and the ultimate destination of all traffic that it receives; that is, that the instance is not relaying traffic.
An email address that is set up by an anti- spam entity, not for correspondence, but to monitor unsolicited email. This is also called a honeypot. The price for a Spot Instance at any given time. If your maximum price exceeds the current price and your restrictions are met, Amazon EC2 launches instances on your behalf. A collection of AWS resource s that you create and delete as a single unit.
A set of instances that you manage collectively, typically because they have a common purpose such as serving PHP applications. A stack serves as a container and handles tasks that apply to the group of instances as a whole, such as managing applications and cookbooks.
A portion of a pipeline workflow where one or more actions are performed. One of five functions of the values submitted for a given sampling period. The process of mapping related words to a common stem.
This enables matching on variants of a word. For example, a search for "horse" could return matches for horses, horseback, and horsing, as well as horse. Amazon CloudSearch supports both dictionary based and algorithmic stemming.
A single function applied to the data in a job flow. The sum of all steps comprises a job flow. The type of work done in a step. A feature of the Elastic Load Balancing load balancer that binds a user's session to a specific application instance so that all requests coming from the user during the session are sent to the same application instance.
By contrast, a load balancer defaults to route each request independently to the application instance with the smallest load. A word that is not indexed and is automatically filtered out of search requests because it is either insignificant or so common that including it would result in too many matches to be useful.
Stop words are language-specific. A utility that comes with Hadoop that enables you to develop MapReduce executables in languages other than Java.
The ability to use a media file in real time—as it is transmitted in a steady stream from a server. Before you calculate an HMAC signature, you first assemble the required components in a canonical order. The preencrypted string is the string-to-sign. An attribute that specifies the strings that AWS WAF searches for in a web request, such as a value in a header or a query string. A read process that returns a response with the most up-to-date data, reflecting the updates from all prior write operations that were successful—regardless of the region.
Search criteria specified using the Amazon CloudSearch structured query language. You use the structured query language to construct compound queries that use advanced search options and combine multiple search criteria using Boolean operators.
You can create subnets to group instances according to security and operational needs. Specifies an index field you want to use to get autocomplete suggestions and options that can enable fuzzy matches and control how suggestions are sorted. Documents that contain a match for the partial search string in the field designated by the suggester.
Amazon CloudSearch suggestions include the document IDs and field values for each matching document. To be a match, the string must match the contents of the field starting from the beginning of the field. A type of bounce that occurs while the email servers of the sender and receiver are actively communicating. A word that is the same or nearly the same as an indexed word and that should produce the same results when specified in a search request.
For example, a search for "Rocky Four" or "Rocky 4" should return the fourth Rocky movie. This can be done by designating that four and 4 are synonyms for IV. Applying a tag to an AWS resource. A way to format return path email addresses so that you can specify a different return path for each recipient of a message. Tagging enables you to support VERP. Amazon ML uses the target attribute to learn how to make predictions on new data. The most recent version of the application revision that has been uploaded to the repository and will be deployed to the instances in a deployment group.
In other words, the application revision currently targeted for deployment. This is also the revision that will be pulled for automatic deployments. An instantiation of a task definition that is running on a container instance. The blueprint for your task. Specifies the name of the task , revisions, container definition s, and volume information.
An EC2 instance that runs Hadoop map and reduce tasks, but does not store data. Task nodes are managed by the master node , which assigns Hadoop tasks to nodes and monitors their status.
While a job flow is running you can increase and decrease the number of task nodes. Because they don't store data and can be added and removed from a job flow, you can use task nodes to manage the EC2 instance capacity your job flow uses, increasing capacity to handle peak loads and decreasing it later. Includes an access key ID , a secret access key , a session token, and an expiration time. The automatic restricting or slowing down of a process based on one or more limits.
Amazon Kinesis Data Streams throttles operations if an application or group of applications operating on the same stream attempts to get data from a shard at a rate faster than the shard limit.
Amazon API Gateway uses throttling to limit the steady-state request rates for a single account. Amazon SES uses throttling to reject attempts to send email that exceeds the sending limits. Data provided as part of a metric. The time value is assumed to be when the value occurred. A metric is the fundamental concept for Amazon CloudWatch and represents a time-ordered set of data points. You publish metric data points into CloudWatch and later retrieve statistics about those data points as a time-series ordered data set.
The process of splitting a stream of text into separate tokens on detectable boundaries such as whitespace and hyphens. A communication channel to send messages and subscribe to notifications. It provides an access point for publishers and subscribers to communicate with each other. A datasource that contains the data that Amazon Machine Learning uses to train the machine learning model to make predictions.
The act of a revision in a pipeline continuing from one stage to the next in a workflow. A cryptographic protocol that provides security for communication over the internet. The trust policy specifies which principal s are allowed to use the role. Selecting the number and type of AMIs to run a Hadoop job flow most efficiently. A route for transmission of private network traffic that uses the internet to connect nodes in the private network.
The tunnel uses encryption and secure protocols such as PPTP to prevent the traffic from being intercepted as it passes through public routing nodes. The number of potential occurrences is not limited by a set number. Standard measurement for the values submitted to Amazon CloudWatch as metric data.
You can generate and download usage reports from https: Each user has a unique name within the AWS account, and a set of security credentials not shared with other users.
These credentials are separate from the AWS account's security credentials. Each user is associated with one and only one AWS account. Instances of attributes for an item, such as cells in a spreadsheet. An attribute might have multiple values. A specific tag label that acts as a descriptor within a tag category key. The process of confirming that you own an email address or a domain so that you can send email from or to it.
Variable Envelope Return Path. A way in which email sending applications can match bounce d email with the undeliverable address that caused the bounce by using a different return path for each recipient. VERP is typically used for mailing lists. With VERP, the recipient's email address is embedded in the address of the return path, which is where bounced email is returned.
This makes it possible to automate the processing of bounced email without having to open the bounce messages, which may vary in content. Every object in Amazon S3 has a key and a version ID. Objects with the same key, but different version IDs can be stored in the same bucket.
Versioning is enabled at the bucket layer using PUT Bucket versioning. Allows multiple guest virtual machines VM to run on a host operating system. Guest VMs can run on one or more levels above the host hardware, depending on the type of virtualization. The internal interfaces of the virtual private gateway connect to your VPC via the VPN attachment and the external interfaces connect to the VPN connection, which leads to the customer gateway.
The period of time that a message is invisible to the rest of your application after an application component gets it from the queue. During the visibility timeout, the component that received the message usually processes it, and then deletes it from the queue. This prevents multiple components from processing the same message.
A fixed amount of storage on an instance. You can share volume data between container s and persist the data on the container instance when the containers are no longer running. An elastic network populated by infrastructure, platform, and application services that share common security and interconnection. The IPsec connection between a VPC and some other network, such as a corporate data center, home network, or co-location facility.
A web access control list web ACL specifies whether to allow, block, or count the requests. Web Services Description Language. A language used to describe the actions that a web service can perform, along with the syntax of action requests and responses. An digital document that uses the X. A configuration that distributes nodes in a cluster across two Availability Zone s in the same Region.
Sign In to the Console. General Reference Version 1. Create a Canonical Request Task 2: Create a String to Sign Task 3: Calculate the Signature Task 4: Numbers and Symbols continue A method that enables a client to see if a server can accept a request before actually sending it. Amazon AppStream A web service for streaming existing Windows applications from the cloud to any device.
Amazon Aurora A fully managed MySQL-compatible relational database engine that combines the speed and availability of commercial databases with the simplicity and cost-effectiveness of open source databases. Amazon CloudFront CloudFront An AWS content delivery service that helps you improve the performance, reliability, and availability of your websites and applications.
Amazon CloudSearch A fully managed service in the AWS cloud that makes it easy to set up, manage, and scale a search solution for your website or application. Amazon CloudWatch A web service that enables you to monitor and manage various metrics, and configure alarm actions based on data from those metrics. Amazon CloudWatch Logs A web service for monitoring and troubleshooting your systems and applications from your existing system, application, and custom log files.
Amazon Cognito A web service that makes it easy to save mobile user data, such as app preferences or game state, in the AWS cloud without writing any back-end code or managing any infrastructure.
Amazon ECS service A service for running and maintaining a specified number of task s instantiations of a task definition simultaneously. Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling A web service designed to launch or terminate instance s automatically based on user-defined policies , schedules, and health check s.
Amazon Elastic Transcoder A cloud-based media transcoding service. Amazon ElastiCache A web service that simplifies deploying, operating, and scaling an in-memory cache in the cloud.
Amazon GameLift A managed service for deploying, operating, and scaling session-based multiplayer games. Amazon Glacier A secure, durable, and low-cost storage service for data archiving and long-term backup.
Amazon GuardDuty A continuous security monitoring service. Amazon Inspector An automated security assessment service that helps improve the security and compliance of applications deployed on AWS.
Amazon Kinesis Data Streams A web service for building custom applications that process or analyze streaming data for specialized needs. Amazon Lightsail Lightsail is designed to be the easiest way to launch and manage a virtual private server with AWS.
Amazon Lumberyard A cross-platform, 3D game engine for creating high-quality games. Amazon Machine Learning A cloud-based service that creates machine learning ML models by finding patterns in your data, and uses these models to process new data and generate predictions.
Amazon Macie A security service that uses machine learning to automatically discover, classify, and protect sensitive data in AWS. Amazon Mobile Analytics Mobile Analytics A service for collecting, visualizing, understanding, and extracting mobile app usage data at scale. Amazon QuickSight A fast, cloud-powered business analytics service that makes it easy to build visualizations, perform analysis, and quickly get business insights from your data.
Amazon Redshift A fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service in the cloud. Amazon Simple Notification Service Amazon SNS A web service that enables applications, end-users, and devices to instantly send and receive notifications from the cloud. Amazon Simple Workflow Service Amazon SWF A fully managed service that helps developers build, run, and scale background jobs that have parallel or sequential steps.
Amazon Sumerian A set of tools for creating and running high-quality 3D, augmented reality AR , and virtual reality VR applications on the web. Amazon WorkDocs A managed, secure enterprise document storage and sharing service with administrative controls and feedback capabilities.
Amazon WorkMail A managed, secure business email and calendar service with support for existing desktop and mobile email clients. Amazon WorkSpaces A managed, secure desktop computing service for provisioning cloud-based desktops and providing users access to documents, applications, and resource s from supported devices. Application Billing The location where your customers manage the Amazon DevPay products they've purchased.
AppSpec file See application specification file. Aurora See Amazon Aurora. Auto Scaling group A representation of multiple EC2 instance s that share similar characteristics, and that are treated as a logical grouping for the purposes of instance scaling and management. Availability Zone A distinct location within a Region that is insulated from failures in other Availability Zones, and provides inexpensive, low-latency network connectivity to other Availability Zones in the same Region.
AWS Application Discovery Service A web service that helps you plan to migrate to AWS by identifying IT assets in a data center—including servers, virtual machines, applications, application dependencies, and network infrastructure.
AWS Auto Scaling A fully managed service that enables you to quickly discover the scalable AWS resources that are part of your application and configure dynamic scaling. AWS CodeCommit CodeCommit A fully managed source control service that makes it easy for companies to host secure and highly scalable private Git repositories.
AWS Config A fully managed service that provides an AWS resource inventory, configuration history, and configuration change notifications for better security and governance. AWS Elemental MediaConvert A file-based video conversion service that transforms media into formats required for traditional broadcast and for internet streaming to multi-screen devices. AWS Elemental MediaLive A video service that lets you easily create live outputs for broadcast and streaming delivery.
AWS Elemental MediaPackage A just-in-time packaging and origination service that lets you format highly secure and reliable live outputs for a variety of devices. AWS Elemental MediaStore A storage service optimized for media that provides the performance, consistency, and low latency required to deliver live and on-demand video content at scale.
AWS Database Migration Service A web service that can help you migrate data to and from many widely used commercial and open-source databases. AWS Data Pipeline A web service for processing and moving data between different AWS compute and storage services, as well as on-premises data sources, at specified intervals.
AWS Greengrass Software that lets you run local compute, messaging, data caching, sync, and ML inference capabilities for connected devices in a secure way.
AWS IoT A managed cloud platform that lets connected devices easily and securely interact with cloud applications and other devices. AWS Lambda A web service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers.
AWS OpsWorks A configuration management service that helps you use Chef to configure and operate groups of instances and applications. AWS Organizations An account management service that enables you to consolidate multiple AWS accounts into an organization that you create and centrally manage. NET A software development kit that provides. AWS Step Functions A web service that coordinates the components of distributed applications as a series of steps in a visual workflow.
AWS Snowball A petabyte-scale data transport solution that uses devices designed to be secure to transfer large amounts of data into and out of the AWS Cloud. AWS Trusted Advisor A web service that inspects your AWS environment and makes recommendations for saving money, improving system availability and performance, and helping to close security gaps. AWS WAF A web application firewall service that controls access to content by allowing or blocking web requests based on criteria that you specify, such as header values or the IP addresses that the requests originate from.
AWS X-Ray A web service that collects data about requests that your application serves, and provides tools you can use to view, filter, and gain insights into that data to identify issues and opportunities for optimization.
See Also real-time predictions. See Also link to VPC. See Also unlink from VPC. See Also binary classification model. See Also multiclass classification model. See Also data node. See Also dedicated master node. See Also eventual consistency. See Also eventually consistent read. See Also strongly consistent read. See Also data source. DB compute class Size of the database compute platform used to run the instance. DB instance An isolated database environment running in the cloud.
DB instance identifier User-supplied identifier for the DB instance. DB parameter group A container for database engine parameter values that apply to one or more DB instance s.
DB security group A method that controls access to the DB instance. DB snapshot A user-initiated point backup of a DB instance. Dedicated Host A physical server with EC2 instance capacity fully dedicated to a user. Dedicated Instance An instance that is physically isolated at the host hardware level and launched within a VPC. Dedicated Reserved Instance An option that you purchase to guarantee that sufficient capacity will be available to launch Dedicated Instance s into a VPC.
See Also trust policy. Description property A property added to parameters, resource s, resource properties, mappings, and outputs to help you to document AWS CloudFormation template elements. Docker image A layered file system template that is the basis of a Docker container. Domain Name System A service that routes internet traffic to websites by translating friendly domain names like www. Elastic A company that provides open-source solutions—including Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana, and Beats—that are designed to take data from any source and search, analyze, and visualize it in real time.
Elastic Load Balancing A web service that improves an application's availability by distributing incoming traffic between two or more EC2 instance s. Elasticsearch An open source, real-time distributed search and analytics engine used for full-text search, structured search, and analytics. Also a machine learning object that stores the details and result of an ML model evaluation. See Also data consistency. FBL See feedback loop. FIM See federated identity management.
GitHub A web-based repository that uses Git for version control. See Also local secondary index. See Also PV virtualization. IAM group See group. IAM policy simulator See policy simulator. IAM role See role. IAM user See user. IdP See identity provider IdP. IP address A numerical address for example, ISP See internet service provider. See Also key prefix. Such authors are solely responsible for such content. The following is a partial list of the kind of Content that is illegal or prohibited on the Website.
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