How to register for Free usage with Amazon Web Services ( AWS ) ?

Amazon Web Services which we call AWS in simpler form, provides some free services for around one year from the date you registered with AWS. To check which all services are free and what are the terms and condition of free usage can be checked at

This posts walks you through the registration process with AWS for first time usage.

Visit : and click “Create a Free Account”

Click on “Create a Free Account”

On the next page, enter your email ID, password you want to set to this account and AWS user name which you want to use and click “Continue”

Update your details and click “Continue”

On the next screen, if you are a professional organisation or Personal user, select the option accordinly and update the information and click “Create Account and Continue”

Related :   How to start Amazon AWS EC2 Instance ?

On the last screen, you will need to update your Debit / Credit card details so AWS can charge you if you cross the Free Usage Limit.


Subscribe with Valid Email Id to receive updates in Inbox. ( Secured by Google FeedBurner )


Leave a Comment

Android Android Build system Android Commands Android Java Applications Application Libraries Application Stack / User Interface Bash / Shell Scripts Bluetooth driver Cloud Technologies Commands and Packages Compilation Content Management System Core Kernel C Programs Development & Build Development, Debugging and Performance Tools Development Environment Setup Django & REST Api Errors & Failures Git Hardware Platforms HTML JAVA Programs Linux, OS Concepts and Networking Linux Device Drivers Linux Host, Ubuntu, SysAdmin Linux Kernel Linux Networking Middleware Libraries, HAL Multimedia Audio, Video, Images NDK / Middleware / HAL OS Concepts PHP Programming Languages Scripting and Automation Search Engine Optimisation ( SEO ) Social Media Source Code Management ( SCM ) System Administration, Security Testing and Debugging Uncategorized Web design and development Website Hosting Wordpress Yocto / Bitbake / Openembedded