- The AWS Free Tier is a great way to get started with AWS.
- You can get started with 12 months of free services, including 750 hours of Amazon EC2 compute time and 10GB of Amazon S3 storage.
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You can create an unlimited number of free instances on Heroku.
AWS offers a Free Tier that gives you access to 12 services and $10,000 of AWS services each month.
No, you do not need a credit card to get started with AWS Free Tier. You can create an AWS account and start using the free services without providing a credit card.
Yes, you can host a website on AWS free tier. However, keep in mind that the free tier is limited in terms of resources, so your website may not be able to handle a high amount of traffic.
To cancel your AWS Free Tier account, visit the Accounts page on the AWS website and click on the “Ending Your AWS Free Tier Account” link. You will be asked to provide a reason for cancelling and then you will be given the option to cancel your account.
Yes, you can create multiple AWS free tier accounts. However, you can only use one account at a time.
Yes, you can create multiple AWS Free Tier accounts without a credit card. You will need to provide a valid email address for each account and create unique passwords.
Yes, you can use AWS for personal use. You can create an account and get started for free.
Yes, AWS Lambda is free up to 1 million requests and 400,000 GB-seconds of compute time per month.
Yes, t3 Micro is free tier.
To check if your AWS account is in the free tier, go to the AWS Management Console and look for the “Free Tier” section. If you’re eligible for the free tier, it will list the services that are included.
To remove a credit card from AWS, you can either delete the card or update the billing information. If you delete the card, all associated resources will be terminated. If you update the billing information, the new card will be charged for any outstanding charges.
Yes, closing an AWS account will stop all charges associated with that account.
AWS charges for usage of its services in order to cover the costs of providing those services. In your case, you used a small amount of AWS resources, so the charge was minimal.
AWS offers a variety of services, some of which have a fee and some of which are free. The AWS Free Tier includes access to many services, including Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, Amazon DynamoDB, and others.