What is Amazon Linux?
The Amazon Linux AMI is a supported and maintained Linux image provided by Amazon Web Services for use on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2).
Amazon Linux is a tool in the Operating Systems category of a tech stack.
Who uses Amazon Linux?
27 companies reportedly use Amazon Linux in their tech stacks, including deleokorea, Kaidee, and All.
110 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Amazon Linux.
Amazon Linux Integrations
Amazon EC2, Cloudcraft, Percona Server for MySQL, A-Frame, and Redpanda are some of the popular tools that integrate with Amazon Linux. Here's a list of all 7 tools that integrate with Amazon Linux.
Amazon Linux's Features
- AWS Integration
- Secure Configuration
- Package Repository Access
- Security Updates
- AWS Support
Amazon Linux Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to Amazon Linux?
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