Tag Archives: Amazon

Setting up an Apache server using AWS CloudFormation

This a is a brief and simple guide to spinning up an instance, installing Apache, and writing output to a webpage. Note that by following this guide you can incur charges. Im not responsible for them and will not be picking up your bill. Setup 1. Have an AWS account. You can signup for one […]


Chef 12, Jenkins, and AWS Provisioning – part 2

If you haven’t read Part One of this post then this might not be totally helpful, but feel free to hit the original post or follow along anyway! The objective of this section of the post is to deploy and configure our jenkins pipeline so that we can mimic our production workflow and start loading up the […]


Building Fastcoin on Ubuntu for Amazon EC2

How to install fastcoind on Amazon EC2 Ubuntu 12.x x32/x64 ## Make instance ## launch a t1.micro instance of ubuntu-precise-12.04-amd64-server-20131003 >Launch Instance ## create a security group >Network & Security > Security Groups > Create Security Group ##open ports in the security group settings >port 22 (SSH) >port 9332 fastcoin rpc respectively ## create a […]


Vagrant: Deploy and provisioning an Amazon EC2 instance

Vagrant is a really powerful tool for managing virtual machines. If you’re a developer it can make it push-button simple to setup a dev box on your laptop. It manages the VMs, and uses configuration files to describe specifics of your machines. We can use VirtualBox, VMWare, AWS, DigitalOcean as provider to launch our servers […]


How to Setup Amazon Web Services EC2 Instance

How to Setup Amazon Web Services EC2 Instance with Apache, PHP, MySQLInstructions:Go to http://aws.amazon.com/ and create a new account if you do not have an account already.A credit card or debit is required.Sign into your AWS account under console management.Select EC2 and create a new instance.Choose one of the Ubuntu AMIs, and leave everything default. Under Security […]


Deploying a Java project to AWS

Learn how to deploy a Java Project on AWS.


EC2 CLI for SSH connections

If you have read my previous posts, somehow, I always end up bringing up AWS. Although it is not the only service I use nor am I in any way related to it, I do use it very often. Often enough that I might spend a few hours putting something together that can save me […]