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This AWS ELB tutorial will help you understand the basics of Amazon ELB with a demonstration. Elastic load balancing automatically distributes the incoming traffic across multiple Amazon EC2 instances. It enables you to achieve increased levels of full tolerance of applications. Below are the topics covered in this AWS tutorial video on ELB:

-( 00:11 ) What is Elastic Load Balancing
-( 01:04 ) AWS ELB Security features
-( 01:40 ) Amazon ELB Demo

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16 thoughts on “AWS ELB Tutorial | Elastic Load Balancer Tutorial | AWS Tutorial | AWS Training Video | Simplilearn”
  1. What is running on each instance? centOS Whm/CPanel? How are the instances kept the same with versions?

  2. See, you have address of EC2 instances and we can use ip. But where do you have address of ELB that allows you to access . I hope you wont expose EC2 address but ELB address. Please let us know that

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  4. Thanks, I have now seen many tutorials, however I don't understand the next step: do you have 1 DB for each EC2? And if so how do they synchronize

  5. Very clear. There's a fair old bit of technobabble though – maybe you could list some pre-requisite learnings?

  6. Excellent tutorial I have a question. When you create 3 EC2 instances, in the case of a web page. Should the web page be installed in each instance?

  7. Is it really required to assign public IP to the instance to be added to the ELB?
    This is very confusing.

  8. it is great video! short, clean, clear! unfortunately I can't find next demo with auto scaling which was mentioned at the of this video.

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