What this does is deny the role access to any EC2 resource that is tagged
with turnkeyhub=no, as well as deny access to DeleteTags/CreateTags,
which would essentially allow bypassing the tag restriction.
How to increase AWS limits
Amazon impose initial limits on several of its resources in order to
discourage inappropriate consumption and catch errors. Although each AWS
account has several default resource limitations, you can request an increase
or removal of limitations:
For other Amazon EC2 resource limitations, see
Instance pricing discrepancy
Amazon periodically lowers pricing. There's no API for that so when it
happens we have to update the Hub by hand. If there is a pricing discrepancy,
the price on Amazon's web site is what you will be billed.
When clicking Try the demo, a new user is created and fleshed out
simulating a real user account. The difference though, is that all API calls
to Amazon are routed to our dummy implementation of Amazon's API.
This means, all servers and assets are fake and don't exist in
As much as we'd like to provide a real live experience of the Hub linked
to a real Amazon account, the costs involved would be above our budget.
Instead, the Hub provides free plans for
both Cloud deployment and Backup and Migration allowing you to try before you