AWS IAM is generally defined as the Identity and Access Management, which is derived as one of the best web services that help to provide the secured control access to all the AWS resources. You can use this IAM option in order to control both authorized and unauthorized resources easily. If you want to create… Continue reading “AWS IAM”


AWS CloudTrail is an auditing, compliance monitoring, and governance tool from Amazon Web Services (AWS). It’s classed as a “Management and Governance” tool in the AWS console. Why CloudTrail? Someone working in DevSecOps can view, search for, or analyze CloudTrail logs to find: any particular action that happened in the account the time the action… Continue reading “CloudTrail”

Amazon CloudWatch

What Is Amazon CloudWatch? Amazon CloudWatch is the component of Amazon Web Services that provides real-time monitoring of AWS resources and customer applications running on Amazon infrastructure. The following image shows the different AWS resources monitored by Amazon CloudWatch. Amazon CloudWatch allows administrators to easily monitor multiple instances and resources from one console by performing… Continue reading “Amazon CloudWatch”

EBS Snapshots

EBS Snapshots Explained Amazon Elastic Block Store (or EBS for short) is a service for providing block storage to your EC2 instances. In other words, it provides reliable volumes (hard drives) to your cloud servers. One very useful function of Amazon EBS is creating EBS snapshots of your EBS volumes. EBS snapshots are backups of… Continue reading “EBS Snapshots”

Amazon Web Services – Elastic Block Store

Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) is a block storage system used to store persistent data. Amazon EBS is suitable for EC2 instances by providing highly available block level storage volumes. It has three types of volume, i.e. General Purpose (SSD), Provisioned IOPS (SSD), and Magnetic. These three volume types differ in performance, characteristics and cost.… Continue reading “Amazon Web Services – Elastic Block Store”