Linux Server Administration - Amazon

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Running head: LINUX SERVER ADMINISTRATIONLinux Server AdministrationPart 2 – PracticalStudent Name: Kiran Kumar ChaudhariUniversity Name:
LINUX SERVER ADMINISTRATION1Table of Contents1. Comparing three Cloud Service Providers..................................................................................2a. Service features........................................................................................................................2b. IPv4 and IPv6 addressing........................................................................................................3c. Redundancy and Backup..........................................................................................................42. Account with an IaaS virtual server hosting provider.................................................................42.1 Creating a virtual server instance..........................................................................................42.2 Configuring the virtual server................................................................................................72.3 Testing the server using SSH and checking of processes....................................................103. Configure and test a Web server................................................................................................123.1 Installing and configuring a web server...............................................................................123.2 Testing the operation of web server.....................................................................................17Bibliography..................................................................................................................................18
LINUX SERVER ADMINISTRATION21. Comparing three Cloud Service ProvidersIn this section, three cloud service providers that is Amazon Web Services (AWS),Microsoft Azure and Google Compute Engine is compared based on the different criteria such asService features, IPv4 and IPv6 addressing along with Redundancy and Backup.a. Service featuresNameServicesAmazon Web Services(AWS)Microsoft AzureGoogle ComputeEngineHostingAmazon Elastic andBeanstalkCloud Services, AzureWebsites and Apps, AzureBatch, Azure Schedulerand Logic AppsGoogle App EngineStorageFile Storage (Elastic FileSystem)File Storage (Azure FileStorage)Open-source fuse adapterfor file storage.Virtualmachinemanagementand networkservicesAdministration andSecurity - AWSDirectory Service,AWS Identity andAccess Management(IAM)Networking options -Amazon VPCAdministration andSecurity - AzureActive DirectoryNetworking options -Azure VirtualNetworkAdministration andSecurity - CloudIdentity & AccessManagement (IAM)Networking options -Cloud VirtualNetworkSupportedLinuxdistributionsAmazon Linux, CentOS,Debian, Kali Linux, RedHat SUSE and Ubuntu.CentOS, CoreOS, Debian,Oracle Linux, Red HatEnterprise Linux, SUSELinux Enterprise,openSUSE and Ubuntu.CentOS, CoreOS,Debian, Red HatEnterprise Linux, SUSELinux Enterprise andUbuntu.b. IPv4 and IPv6 addressingIPv4IPv6Amazon WebServices (AWS)32-bit format (4 groups of 4numerical digits)Cannot be removedCIDR block size can be from /16 to128-bit format (8 groups of 4hexadecimal digits)Supports Opt-in only.CIDR block size is fixed at /56
LINUX SERVER ADMINISTRATION3/28Supported in EC2-Classic, and EC2-Classic connections with a VPC viaClassicLinkNot supported in EC2-Classic, andnot supported for EC2-Classicconnections with a VPC viaClassicLink.Microsoft AzurePublic and Private IP addresses are used.This is used for Azure Load Balancer.Inbound and outbound-initiated nativeIPv6 connections.Google ComputeEngineReserved IP address.Features supported by IPv4 loadbalancing are also supported by IPv6load balancing.c. Redundancy and BackupAmazon Web Services(AWS)Microsoft AzureGoogle Compute EngineBackupAmazon GlacierAzure BackupGoogle Cloud StorageDisasterrecoveryNoneAzure Site RecoveryNone2. Account with an IaaS virtual server hosting provider2.1 Creating a virtual server instanceStep 1: Creating a new virtual machine
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