Get Amazon EC2 instance free with ubuntu 10

by Ruchira on October 19, 2010

Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat was released few days ago and yes I have upgraded my Lucid Lynx to Meerkat 2 days ago so now this blog runs on Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick meerkat and I have dropped centos on all of my servers because ubuntu is great and stable.

So the news is now Ubuntu team is giving out free trial of Ubuntu 10 cloud on Amazon EC2 instance for 1 hour. Its great if you want to try out Ubuntu 10 and amazon EC2 cloud instance how ever you don’t get the abilities to scale up your cloud and amazon ec2 control panel access. You will get EC2 instance with 1.7GB of ram for 1 hour to try our things on EC2 cloud.

free amazon ec2


Click here to signing up for free instance

You will have to sign in for ubuntu account or you can create a account for free after signing in you can request EC2 instance and you can try installing wordpress automatically on the cloud when ordering-

ubuntu on the cloud

After requesting your EC2 will be built and it will take up about 5 minutes to complete-

amazon ec2 for free

Then you can SSH in to your amazon EC2 instance and start exploring the EC2 for a hour! :)

I'm Ruchira Sahan and all posts on this blog are completely my thoughts and writings. I love DIY and Technology. So feel free to contact me for anything about this blog and don't forget to add a comment if this blog helped you! Thanks
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  • Winglet

    Dear Ruchira
    Please write some “How to…” for using this Amazon VPS.
    Great blog!

  • ~symon

    I am doing research for my college paper, thanks for your helpful points, now I am acting on a sudden impulse.

    – Lora

  • http://www.weddinggiftlove.com Kiki

    The more reliable Ubuntu, I also user ubuntu.

  • user

    useful info dude. but wats the use of darkening elastic ip. anyone can see tht its 174.129.93.108. anyways it invalidates itself after 1 hr.

    • http://www.ruchirablog.com Ruchira

      sorry bro dont know much about EC2 :(

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