for AWS Overview can be used in conjunction with AWS (Amazon Web Services) to create EC2 Instances that automatically become registered to your account and can only be accessed using These Instances can then be used to allow you to access other Instances and Services using In essence, the Instance will act as a gateway for you to access other Instances at Amazon.

Using also gives you the ability to configure your security group to completely block traffic from the outside, only allowing access to your Instance through Keep in mind that uses Zero Trust/SASE architectures, and is therefore very secure. If the Instance is set-up according to the following specifications, the only way someone else would have access to your Instance is if you shared it with them through, or if they had access to your account.

Additionally, all of your Instances can be found on the Web Portal or Desktop App, meaning can function as a hub for all of your remote Instances and connections, even if your Instances are in different regions. This makes keeping track of all your Instances very convenient and easy, as they are all in one place.

Before you start this tutorial, please ensure you have the following:

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Please set up and register your AWS Instance using the same account that you use for logging into the Desktop App. From this 'master account' you can then share the Instance with other accounts and users.

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