Amazon Linux cloud deployment

Amazon Linux is a Linux distribution created specifically for a cloud environment. It is an operating system for a modern server software. This distro is based on a code from Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS, and therefore have a good stability. Pros: regular updates from Amazon, guaranteed compatibility and low cost of the offering. Cons: vendor lock for a specific cloud infrastructure, no way to deploy it into an own infrastructure. For small and medium companies it can be a good alternative to RHEL and CentOS.

An own package repository for Amazon Linux containing mostly the RHEL packages. There are also some packages specifically for this platform. All popular repositories including Remi and EPEL are supported.

Deploy4Me deploys and configure all recent updates for Amazon Linux Instances. As part of the cloud deployment we will set FQDN, configure the security groups, set up the IP tables, and install the essential build packages (including make and gcc).

Deploy Amazon Linux to the clouds (click it)

Amazon Web Services EC2
Google Compute Engine

Amazon Linux deployment options and scenarios

Standalone deployment

Amazon Linux
Amazon Linux

How to install Amazon Linux in the cloud

To automatically deploy Amazon Linux in a cloud follow the steps:

Sign in to Deploy4Me
Set up a connection to AWS, DigitalOcean or Google Cloud
Select Amazon Linux and change the params if needed:
Server size
Operating system
and other params
Accept the license and make a payment if required

Deploy4Me tool deploys your software automatically. The installation starts after the last wizard step.
Just wait for email confirmation or watch the real time deployment log.
Once deployed, check your new servers in a cloud and start using it straight away!

Available in Cloud
Amazon Web Services EC2
Amazon Web Services
Available Versions
2015.09 x64
2014.09 x86
Operating System
Deploy4Me Pricing
Promoted deployment
Enterprise Ready
Enterprise level software
Unix-like (Linux/BSD/Other)