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Discussion on: 7 Vital AWS Concepts easily explained

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Dave

As I'm predominantly a back end developer, with a life-long experience in Linux, I think you've grossly over-simplified the terms, but kudos on the attempt at least.

Noting what you list as your job title, please, for the love of everything holy tidy up the reference to "tunnelling" - when you say that, those of us with experience in Linux read "SSH tunnel", and that's categorically not what happens when you connect to an EC2. It's much closer to simply "SSHing" to an EC2 than it is "tunnelling."

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Vaibhav Namburi Author

Hey Dave

Hahaha, I have, the target userbase for this article is definitely not people like you and me who have an nth layer understanding of how things operate, but rather for people who're just getting into space

"Noting what you list as your job title, please, for the love of everything holy tidy up the reference to "tunnelling"" - hahaha this made me laugh - love it!

It is simply SSHing, but to make it sound cooler I called it tunnelling 😂

Thanks for the feedback though, I'll update the point