Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud is a central part of Amazon.com's cloud computing platform, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

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Full Continuous integration pipieline as a service

I am building the MVP for a small startup at Amazon EC2. At the current stage, the architecture is based on a bunch of RESTful services written in Python, connecting to a few databases. I would like ...
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How to display all of my running EC2 instances

I switch to different regions frequently and sometimes I forget to turn off my running instance from a different region. I there a way (a website provided by Amazon?) to display all the running ...
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Is it possible to host in the cloud but have email in Gmail?

Is it possible to host a website for example in Amazon Cloud and have my domain point there, but have the same domain installed with Gmail for mail support?
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How to remove columns from the list of instances in Amazon AWS EC2

I have started to use Amazon EC2 service and the problem I am trying to solve is as follows: in the list of instances I have a lot of columns (most of them are the same) and I would like to ...
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How do I set credit card limits for Amazon EC2?

I just signed-up for Amazon EC2, for a micro instance server. Does anyone know how I can set-up limits on data usage and/or the monthly amount that can be charged to my Credit Card?
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Unexpected bill from AWS?

I'm using AWS, and my usage is well within the free tier, however I recently got an unexpected bill. The only item costing me money was as follows: Amazon RDS for MySQL Community Edition $0.035 ...
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Where do I run ec2-authorize? Locally or on my AMI VM?

To open port 80 on my Amazon AMI VM, I need to do "ec2-authorize default -p 80". Should I do this on my home machine or on the VM itself? Since running ec2-authorize requires a private key, I'm ...
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If CityVille is served by facebook servers, why would Zynga need to rent Amazon facilities? [closed]

Zynga is Amazon's big customer in public cloud. But, when I play CityVille, the URL is served from facebook's server. It looks confusing to me. Can anyone explain the architecture and share of work ...