How to install Linux server using EC2?
To install a Linux server using Amazon EC2, you will need to do the following:
- Sign up for an AWS account and log in to the AWS Management Console.
- In the AWS Management Console, navigate to the EC2 dashboard.
- In the EC2 dashboard, click the "Launch Instance" button to start the process of creating a new virtual server.
- Select the "Amazon Linux 2 AMI" from the list of available Amazon Machine Images (AMIs). This is a pre-configured image that includes the latest version of the Amazon Linux operating system.
- Choose the instance type and size that you want to use for your server. You can choose from a variety of instance types and sizes based on your needs and budget.
- Configure the rest of the instance details, such as the network, security group, and storage options, according to your preferences.
- Review your instance details and click the "Launch" button to create the instance.
- In the "Select an existing key pair or create a new key pair" dialog box, create a new key pair or select an existing one. A key pair is used to securely SSH into your instance.
- Click the "Launch Instances" button to create the instance.
- After the instance is launched, you can connect to it using SSH and the key pair you selected.
- Once you are logged in to the instance, you can install and configure any additional software or applications that you need.
That's it! You have now successfully installed a Linux server using Amazon EC2.