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Deploying your new FREE server* in the cloud is quick and easy! This 3-step visual walkthrough will have most folks up and running in less than 48 minutes!

* The AWS Free Usage Tier is available for all new AWS customers and expires one year from your AWS sign up date. When your free usage expires or if your application runs over the free usage tiers, you simply pay standard, pay-as-you-go service rates. Your usage is calculated each month across all regions and automatically applied to your bill - unused monthly usage will not roll over. This offer does not include EC2 running SUSE Linux or EC2 running IBM. This is a limited time offer.

If you've ever made a purchase through Amazon. com in the past, you're ready to begin. Feel free to use the same account you buy books and gifts from Amazon with. If you DO NOT already have an Amazon account, go sign up for one .

Step 1 - Enable Amazon Web Services and EC2

Go to sign up for Amazon Web Services. Sign up is free, but you will have to provide a credit card to establish the account.

Once you've enabled your [title>] account for Amazon Web Services, you'll go to sign up for Amazon's Elastic Compute Cluster (EC2).

(Make sure you have a telephone available, because the last stage of the EC2 setup process requires identity verification. )

Don't worry if the Amazon AWS Management Console looks a little confusing at first -- we'll show you exactly what you need to do to get your new cloud server up and running in an instant!

Optional - Generate a Key Pair

Step 2 - Setup Your Security Group

Now, we'll modify the Amazon Security Group (which is really just a firewall policy) to allow web and management traffic to your cloud instance.

Add a new entry by selecting "SSH" in the Connection Method dropdown, then "TCP" for Protocol, "22" for both From Port and To Port, and "0. 0. 0. 0/0" for Source IP. Lastly, click on save as shown in the screenshot below:

Now do the same thing for HTTP title>, but now with port 80, as seen below:

Step 3 - Deploy your Cloud in 48: FreeWay image

Just one more step to go! It's time to deploy your new server within Amazon's cloud.

This is it! Once you launch the Instance Wizard, click the 'Community AMIs' tab, paste in 'ami-a8df2ec1' and click 'Select. '

To keep your new cloud free, make sure and select 'Micro' for your new server!

Double-check your settings and Launch!

You are now the proud owner of your own WordPress blog server in the cloud! Once your image shows Running, you're ready to connect!

Note: It may take up to 5 minutes after your instance shows 'running' before the server is fully booted and Wordpress is running.

To determine your new server's IP address and hostname, select the checkbox next to the image name and scroll in the bottom window until you see 'Public DNS. ' This is your new server's address on the Internet! Copy and paste the Public DNS value into your web broswer's address bar, and enjoy your new FreeWay to the Cloud!

That's it! You're done! Welcome to life in the cloud!

You can manage you blog by adding '/wpadmin' to the end of title> your website URL. The default username is 'admin' and the default password is '*******cloudin48' (which we recommend you change immediately after you login, and before you give anyone else your new web address).

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