How to Use Amazon EC2 T3 Instances?

AWS is a cloud service-providing platform offering computing resources to be used across the globe. Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) service allows the user to create virtual machines called instances on the cloud. The user can launch instances using different types provided by the service on the platform.

This guide will explain the T3 type of the EC2 instance.

How to Use Amazon EC2 T3 Instances?

Visit the EC2 service by clicking on it from the AWS dashboard:

Click on the “Instance Types” button from the left panel:

Search “t3” on the search bar from the instance types page:

Select the instance and then expand the “Actions” menu to click on the “Launch Instance” button:

Configure the instance by selecting the AMI from the Quick Start menu:

Select the free tier-eligible Machine Image and then check the instance type which was selected earlier:

Choose a key pair file and then create a security group option:

Configure the storage of the instance according to the amount of work required:

Review the summary of the instance and click on the “Launch Instance” button:

The Amazon EC2 T3 instance has been created:

Select the instance and click on the “Connect” button to visit its page:

Click on the “Connect” button that is available under the “EC2 instance Connect” section to establish a connection:

The connection has been established successfully to install different applications on it:

That’s all about the Amazon EC2 T3 instance.


To use the Amazon EC2 T3 instance, visit the EC2 service by searching it on the AWS Management Console. Head into the instance types page from the EC2 dashboard and select the T3 type to launch the instance. Configure the instance by selecting Amazon Machine Image and choosing a private key pair file for the instance connection. Connect to the instance after its creation and then install applications on it. This guide has explained the use of the Amazon EC2 T3 instance.

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