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Amazon Aurora cluster with uniform accessibility of database instances

Making your Amazon Aurora database (DB) uniformly accessible by following certain recommendations is considered one of the best practices to ensure that your infrastructure...

Enabling backup event notification for Amazon RDS

Maintaining the high availability, reliability, and performance of your infrastructure requires cloud monitoring at a granular level. You can start with enabling event notification...

Server Access Logging for your Amazon S3 bucket

AWS S3 helps you to store data in scalable containers called buckets. You can store data of all sizes; from text files to large...

AWS EC2 instance AMIs should be up-to-date

It is important to have a fault tolerance system in place. This helps you to keep your infrastructure function normally even if there is...

Amazon ELB with cross-zone load balancing

When AWS announced cross-zone load balancing, it changed the way how Amazon ELB (Elastic Load Balancing) used to route incoming requests. This made it...

AWS ELB resources should have connection draining enabled

The concept of fault tolerance and high availability remains the same as far as cloud computing is concerned. The whole system is not supposed...

Amazon RDS multi-AZ deployment for a reliable infrastructure

Your Amazon RDS database (DB) instances and their deployments in multiple Availability Zones (AZs) improve the reliability and availability of your DB Instances. This...

IAM roles for EC2 instances – A secure way to access...

Due to dynamic service infrastructure, complex configurations and various inter-dependencies of resources in cloud, it becomes quite important to put your security engine in...

Amazon EC2 auto-scaling groups should be configured properly

Amazon EC2 auto-scaling groups play an important role and contribute significantly to the scalability of your cloud infrastructure. If auto-scaling groups are not configured...