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How to Roll Your Own VPN with AWS CloudFormation – Part Three

In the previous section of our series on AWS CloudFormation, we extended our base template to enable it to create a working OpenVPN server that we can connect to and start using to enhance our privacy.

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How to Roll Your Own VPN with AWS CloudFormation – Part Two

In the first part in our series on using AWS CloudFormation, we created a base template that created a VPC with a single subnet, and an EC2 instance inside of it.

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How to Roll Your Own VPN with AWS CloudFormation – Part One

In this three-part series, we will walk through provisioning an OpenVPN endpoint on AWS using CloudFormation to automate the deployment.

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Final AWS Announcements from AWS re:Invent 2018

It’s our last day here at AWS re:Invent 2018, and we’ve been following all the latest announcements for you.

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New Services and Features from AWS re:Invent 2018

Linux Academy is live at AWS re:Invent waiting to bring you the latest announcements from Amazon.

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Latest AWS Services Announced at AWS re:Invent 2018

We’re here at AWS re:Invent 2018, following all the latest product announcements for you.

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Using the AWS Command Line Interface

So far, we have learned how to install the AWS command line interface and how to configure it.

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Configuring the AWS Command Line Interface

In our last guide, we explained how to install the AWS CLI but a little more setup is required before you can begin using it to interact with AWS services.

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What If I Fail My AWS Certification Exam?

So you’ve decided you want to get an AWS Certification.