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AWS has now extended per second billing to both Microsoft Windows and SQL Server instances running on AWS EC2 within a minimum billable run time of one minute. This evolution of the per-second billing model is perfect for AWS customers who want to run many instances for ad hoc, unpredictable, or irregular intervals.
With the world still in the seemingly-endless grip of a pandemic, Modern Workplace transformation is taking the IT world by storm. The enforced changes to the way in which we work have forced both public and private companies to shift traditionally on-site...
Developers and Solutions Architects are once again rejoicing after Amazon made further changes to the pricing model of their Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) services. As of June 11, 2021, AWS has extended per second billing to Windows Server and SQL Server instances...
As an administrator, you can configure credentials (access keys, passwords, signing certificates, and SSH public keys) and MFA devices for your IAM users. This is acceptable when you have a few users to set up and configure who need access to your AWS Account. ...