Copying ElasticFox Tags from One Browser to Another

The ElasticFox Firefox extension allows you to tag EC2 instances, EBS volumes, EBS snapshots, Elastic IPs, and AMIs. ElasticFox’s tags are stored locally within Firefox, so if you use ElasticFox from more than one browser your tags from one browser are not visible in any other browser.  Also, if your browser crashes you may lose […]

Maximum EBS Volumes on EC2 Windows EBS-backed Instances – EBS Volume Limit

Last week I wrote about The Maximum (EBS) Drives/Volumes for an EC2 Windows Instance.  In that I discussed the max I had discovered was 12.  While that is accurate, it is important to understand that was based on “instance-store” (or S3-backed) instances.  Since I’ve been working recently with EBS-backed Windows (2003 and 2008) instances I […]

Elasticfox Firefox Extension for Amazon EC2

I’ve been using ElasticFox for a while now and thought I’d jot down a few notes about it.  I don’t use it exclusively to manage my Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 instances, EBS volumes, etc., but usually I do go there first.  It’s worth mentioning that I also use the AWS Management Console and EC2 […]