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  1. Block device mappings - Amazon Elastic Compute ...

    Use a block device mapping to specify additional EBS volumes or instance store volumes for your instance when it's launched.
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  2. Example policies for working with the AWS CLI o...

    Learn to create policy statements to control the permissions that IAM users have to Amazon EC2.
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  3. Grant permission to tag resources during creati...

    Create IAM policies to enable users to tag Amazon EC2 resources on creation.
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  4. Launch your instance - Amazon Elastic Compute C...

    Launch an Amazon EC2 instance, which is a virtual server in the AWS Cloud.
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  5. Default and custom security groups - Amazon Ela...

    Your AWS account automatically has a default security group for the default VPC in each Region. If you don't specify a security group when you launch an instance, the instance is automatically associated with the default security group for the VPC. If you don't want your instances to use the default security group, you can create your own custom security groups and specify them when you launch your instances.
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  6. Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager - Amazon Elastic ...

    Use Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager to create, retain, and delete Amazon EBS snapshots and EBS-backed AMIs.
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  7. SSD instance store volumes - Amazon Elastic Com...

    Some Amazon EC2 instances support solid state drives (SSD) to deliver high random I/O performance.
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  8. Use Apache Spark with Amazon SageMaker - Amazon...

    This section provides information for developers who want to use Apache Spark for preprocessing data and Amazon SageMaker for model training and hosting. For information about supported versions of Apache Spark, see the Getting SageMaker Spark page in the SageMaker Spark GitHub repository.
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  9. Linux accelerated computing instances - Amazon ...

    Accelerated computing instances are intended for graphics and general purpose GPU compute applications.
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  10. Amazon EBS volume types - Amazon Elastic Comput...

    Tailor your storage performance and costs to the needs of your applications using General Purpose SSD, Provisioned IOPS SSD, Throughput Optimized HDD, Cold HDD, or Magnetic volumes.
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