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Winter 2020Create a Website in AWS without using Amazon AMIDemo Video:Nurul HudaALL SCREENSHOTS MUST BE FULL SCREEN FROM TOP LEFT CORNER TO THE BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER OF YOURSCREEN EVEN THOUGH THE SAMPLE SCREENSHOTS IN THIS INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOW SHOWING FULLSCREEN.DO NOT CROP ANY PART OF THE SCREEN.Create an EC2 Linux instanceIf you already have not done so, please create an AWS Educate student Account (through the link in the invitationemail sent earlier). If you cannot locate the email, please fill out theform hereto get an invitation email again andthen join. You should get confirmation email. This account creation does not need to use credit/debit card or bankaccount information and you will never be charged. Once the account is ready, follow the instructions below.1.Login to you student account, go to your classroom and then specific classroom, aws console. In AmazonManagement console, create an Ubuntu 18.04 Instance by using the student account. Make sure that Auto-Assign Public IP is enabled and at least 20GB disk space is allocated.2.For the Security Group, name it as ubuntuwebserverxxxx (where xxxx is the last 4 digits of your student ID).Make sure you use SSH and can connect from anywhere. Before “Launch” take a screenshot showing yoursecurity group name.Nurul Huda
3.At the launching the instance, create a new key pair and name it as ubuntuwebserverxxxx (where xxxx is thelast 4 digits of your student ID). Take a screenshot showing that the key pair was saved and download the keypair file to your local computer.4.Launch the instance. While the instance is being created, use PuTTYgen to convert the .pem key pair file to.ppk file. Name the .ppk key pair file as ubuntuwebserverxxxx.ppk (where xxxx is the last 4 digits of yourstudent ID).5.Once the EC2 instance is ready, open connect dialogbox and take a screenshot showing the connectionproperties of the EC2. Take a screenshot showing the connection property including the public dns name.Nurul Huda

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