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Placement Group

EC2 Placement Groups

Placement Groups are a logical group where EC2 instances are placed in one common availability zone to reduce latency for ...
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EC2 Instance Types

EC2 Instance Types

Amazon EC2 lets you provision different types of instances, which provide different combinations of CPU, memory, disk, and networking to suit different ...
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RoboMaker

AWS RoboMaker

Amazon launched the AWS RoboMaker, a new cloud service that helps in developing, testing and deploying robotics application. This new ...
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EBS Volume Types

Amazon provides 5 different EBS Volume Types. Based on the performance needs of the application one can choose the appropriate ...
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Elastic Block Storage – EBS

Elastic Block Storage - EBS provides durable block level storage volumes to EC2 instances. Unlike Instance Store volumes, EBS volume ...
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EC2 Instance Store

EC2 Instance Stores

EC2 Instance Stores are physically attached disks to the instance or the host computer and cannot be separated. They are ...
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CloudFront

Amazon CloudFront

Amazon CloudFront service is a content delivery network service (CDN) which enables faster delivery of dynamic or static content web ...
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Region & Availability Zone

AWS Region, Availability Zone, Edge Location

Region - AWS Region is a distinct geographical location, completely isolated that is located far from each other. Regions have ...
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Egress-only Internet Gateway (EIGW)

Egress-only Internet Gateway (EIGW) is a highly available AWS resource that allows IPv6 traffic from the VPC to reach the ...
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NAT Instances and NAT Gateways

When instances are launched in private subnet cannot communicate with the internet by default.  However, these instances would need internet ...
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Security Groups & NACLs

Security Groups & NACLs (Network Control Access Lists) are virtual firewall options provided to add an additional layer of security to ...
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AWS Route Tables

 A route table contains a set of rules, called routes, that are used to determine where the data packets of the network traffic ...
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AWS Subnet

A Subnet is a segment of VPC, that resides within a single Availability Zone (AZ). Although VPC may span across all ...
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Preparation Tips For PMP Exam

Preparation tips for PMP Among several certifications out there in the market, PMP (Project Management Professional) certainly stands out unique, ...
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What is Schedule Variance (SV)?

Definition According to PMBOK guide, Schedule Variance is defined as "the measure of schedule performance expressed as the difference between ...
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How do you calculate Cost Variance (CV)?

Definition - According to PMBOK Guide - "The Cost Variance (CV) is the amount of budget deficit or surplus at ...
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Cost Performance Index (CPI)

Definition - According to the PMBOK Guide, “The Cost Performance Index (CPI) is a measure of the cost efficiency of ...
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What is Schedule Performance Index (SPI)

Definition - According to PMBOK Guide, “The Schedule Performance Index (SPI) is a measure of schedule efficiency, expressed as the ...
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Number of Communication Channels in a project

Number of Communication Channels           Project communications play a key role in the success of a ...
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PMBOK 6th Edition release details

PMI organization releases an updated new version of Project Management Book Of Knowledge (PMBOK) Guide once in every 3-4 years ...
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PMP Salary Survey And Stats

                 As much as we all know the PMP certification worth, let's take ...
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PMP books – best and must read resources

The best thing about the PMP exam is you don't need to hunt for 10 different sources of textbooks for your ...
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PMP Exam – Where do you begin to get PMP® certified?

Project Management Professional (PMP)®   is the most recognized certification across several different industries and PMP exam is one of the ...
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