Connecting AWS EC2 instance using Java

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I am trying to connect to my EC2 instance by the Username and key pair and private key. Can that be done using Java?
Mar 28 in AWS by river
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An Amazon EC2 instance is just like any other computer running with a chosen operating system (Linux, Windows). The fact that it is an EC2 instance has no impact on how you would do this activity. You can use AWS SDK to create an instance. You can use CMDER to access the instance.
answered Mar 28 by Disha

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