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Navigate to: Amazon Web Services > Account > Account Activity Expand the entry under Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud That will show the full breakdown of the hours used and the cost to you. Simply divide to find your hourly cost. If you want to be more granular, you can download your Usage Report: Amazon Web Services > Account > Usage Reports https://...


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According to your screenshot your instance belongs to eu-central-1b and your volume is in different zone eu-central-1a that's why it's not able to attach the volume to the instance.


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Amazon does not currently (Feb 2011) provide the functionality to place a cap or limit on your bill. There is a third party company that provides this service for you called AWS Balance Monitor


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Yes. The free tier for RDS SQL Server applies to micro, but the free tier for RDS MySQL requires small. http://aws.amazon.com/rds/free-trial/ http://aws.amazon.com/rds/sqlserver/free/ Don't forget to downgrade back to micro at the end of 12 months if that's all the power you need. If $25 breaks your budget, you might try contacting AWS billing support to ...


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Only the URL you see is one of Facebook. The page contains a frame which is included from Amazon. According to Facebooks getting started on apps page: Apps on Facebook.com are loaded into a Canvas Page. A Canvas Page is quite literally a blank canvas within Facebook on which to run your app. You populate the Canvas Page by providing a Canvas ...


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You can find all your running instances regardless of region and the cost they incur by going to the Account Activity page of your management console. That dashboard is not real time and does not show one line per instance but it should help if you forget to turn off running instances.


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I'm a founder of CircleCI, and obviously I keep an eye on the landscape. Currently, (early 2014) Jenkins is your only option for a multi-stage CI/CD pipeline like this. Obviously, this is a problem that CircleCI will solve in the future!


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All instances are created from an Amazon Machine Image (AMI). The volume or volumes attached to a new instance are volumes created from the snapshots linked to the AMI, and that size determines the default size. If your instances have 8GB root volumes, that's the size of the root volume snapshot of the AMI. When creating an instance you can, of course, ...


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The IAM FAQ page's link contains a typo... the word "forms" is misspelled "foms." The corrected link takes you to the following page, which is valid: https://aws.amazon.com/forms/aws-mfa-support/


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As Eisb said in the comment the short answer is yes. For more detail keep reading. Assuming you want to (or already) use the Google Apps email service you can point your MX records in your DNS configuration panel to Google servers, BUT your naked domain or WWW sub-domain to wherever you are hosting your webpage. To accomplish this you must have access to ...


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You can select which columns to display by clicking on the cogwheel in the top right corner of the Instance view in your EC2 management console. It will display a list of checkboxes for each instance attribute that you can choose to display or not as a column in the Instance view:


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Do it from the VM. You have to download a private key and certificate from the Amazon page and copy it somewhere in your VM, and use those to do ec2-authorize. To download, you can go to the Amazon console and click the upper right dropdown where it says your name. You will find there something like "security settings" or something, click that. Go to the X....



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