Amazon Services Update 12/03/10

A follow-up to my previous post, Amazon AWS Services Start:

I installed the Command Line Tools and configured them correctly to use the X.509 Certificate and X.509 Certificate Private Key files. I edited the MacOS X Bash Profile via the Terminal application to create a directory and set filepaths of the contents. When I start up a terminal session, all the paths are then automatically set for me.

I prefer the Amazon AWS Management Console with the graphic interface, but having the command line tools installed and configured is a good backup plan.

Next week I’ll review some of the other free services that came with my free account:

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Using computer technology since June 1980.
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