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Aws Server Setup(EC2)

Setting up an AWS (Amazon Web Services) server involves several steps here 

1.  Sign Up or Sign In for an AWS Account:


2. Navigate to EC2:

Click on "Instances" in the EC2 dashboard. 

3. Launch an Instance:

Click the "Launch Instance" button. 
Choose an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), which is essentially a template for the server.

4. Select an Instance Type:

Choose an instance type based on your needs (e.g., t2.micro for a free tier eligible instance) 

5. Configure Instance:

 To configure an AWS EC2 instance, you'll need to follow these general steps:

 Add Storage: Configure the size and type of storage (EBS volumes) for your instance.

 Add Tags: Optionally, add tags to your instance to organize and manage it easily.

 Configure Security Group: Define the security group settings to control inbound and outbound traffic to your instance.

Review Instance Launch: Review all your configurations and make any necessary changes.

Launch Instance: Once you're satisfied with the configuration, launch the instance.

Create Key Pair: If you don't have an existing key pair, create a new one. This key pair will be used to connect to your instance securely via SSH (for Linux instances) or RDP (for Windows instances).