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How To Setup EC2 Instance (Linux) In AWS

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In this tutorial I will explain to you how to start your EC2 Instance, for this we will use t2.micro instance.

Before moving forward you will need the following things with you

  1. AWS Account
  2. Verified Payment Method

1. Visit AWS Website

Link: Click Here
step 1

2. Sign in to AWS Account

If you don’t have an account then create an account.
Step 2

3. Select Region

From top right corner you can select your region for your EC2 instance.
Select Region

4.Select EC2

Go to the Services tab and select EC2 in Compute section.
Select EC2

5. Click on Launch Instance

Click on Launch Instance

6. Select Ubuntu Version

You can select any Ubuntu version available in list as per your requirements.
Select Ubuntu Version

7. Choose an Instance Type

Here I am selecting Free Tier t2.micro instance type.
Choose an Instance Type

8. Configure Instance Details

From here you can configure the instance to suit your requirements. We will explain this in details in my next blog post.
Configure Instance Details

9. Add Storage

Click on Add Storage button in step 8 and you will see next screen where you can add storage as per your requirement. Default value is 20GB.

With free tier, you can add up to 30GB storage.
Add Storage

10. Add Tags

You can add tag if you want.
Add Tag

11. Launch your Instance

Click on Launch button you will see a popup to create Key pair. Make sure you keep it safe. You will not be able to download the file again after it’s created. Once done again click on Launch Instance and its done. Your instance successfully created. You can check all your instance through EC2 tab in your AWS console.
Launch your instance

If you face any issue then let me know in the comment section below.

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