Access Organization account in AWS

This post is a continuation of my previous post on create an Organization in AWS. Here we will learn to switch roles to access organization account in AWS. You can access organization account in AWS by switching the role. Follow … Read More

Create an Organization in AWS

AWS Organization is one of the services in AWS cloud which lets users create different accounts per environment and helps to manage consolidated billings. You can click here to learn more about it. You can create an Organization in AWS … Read More

Increase EBS volume size in AWS EC2 Instance

Overview Instead of adding a large EBS volume size initially, we usually set the minimum required size and when needed we can increase EBS volume size in AWS EC2 Instance. With this approach, AWS costs can be minimized. Now, when … Read More

How to access S3 bucket from another AWS account?

Overview In this post, I will explain how we can access Amazon S3 Bucket from another AWS Account. To access bucket from another AWS account we have to update the bucket policy. If you already know the bucket policy in … Read More

How to get AWS Region in Cloudformation template?

In this post I will show you how you can get the AWS Region in AWS Cloudformation template. Today, I was creating a Cloudformation template to create a private hosted zone in Route53 and it made me confusion for a … Read More

How to share AMI with other accounts in AWS?

Overview Using Organization service in AWS is quite common if you have multi-team/environment architecture. Most of the time we make our deployment environments like staging and production identical so that we can use the exact same sort of configurations for … Read More

Upload file to EC2 instance AWS

Objective To upload a file into EC2 instance. Prerequisite EC2 instance is running. You already have a private key file. The port 22 is open Solution To upload a file we can use any FTP client. In this example, we … Read More

How to Login/SSH to AWS EC2 linux instance?

Use case Login/SSH to AWS Linux EC2 instance Prerequisites You already have a Linux EC2 instance running in AWS and port 22 is enabled for public access. You must have a private key like mykey.pem (Privacy Enhanced Mail). If you … Read More