A given public AMI can:


EC2 instances are launched from Amazon Machine images (AMIS). A given public AMI can:

A.
be used to launch EC2 Instances in any AWS region.

B.
only be used to launch EC2 instances in the same country as the AMI is stored.

C.
only be used to launch EC2 instances in the same AWS region as the AMI is stored.

D.
only be used to launch EC2 instances in the same AWS availability zone as the AMI is
stored



Discussion

12 Responses to “A given public AMI can:”

  1. imran says:

    Some where i found answer A too, little bit confused.

  2. Brian Smith says:

    C

  3. mr_tienvu says:

    Correct answer is C

  4. Reim Bodunrin says:

    C

  5. Devendra says:

    A.be used to launch EC2 Instances in any AWS region.

  6. d0tkevin says:

    C. only be used to launch EC2 instances in the same AWS region as the AMI is stored.

    “AMIs are a regional resource. Therefore, sharing an AMI makes it available in that region. To make an AMI available in a different region, copy the AMI to the region and then share it.”

    http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/sharingamis-intro.html

  7. SRIGOVIND GUTALA says:

    C
    AMI’s are region specific

  8. Duck Bro says:

    C
    http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/sharingamis-intro.html
    AMIs are a regional resource. Therefore, sharing an AMI makes it available in that region. To make an AMI available in a different region, copy the AMI to the region and then share it.

  9. maddy says:

    what is the difference between AMI and Public AMI.
    AMI is a regional resource but when you make it public it’s available for all accounts that mean it’s available in every region.
    can anyone give me a clarity on this?
    Thanks in advance.

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