Below is a recap of our activity during December. Enjoy reading!
There are many use cases where Redis is a good choice, but if you want to connect to AWS ElastiCache from your local machine, you need to create a tunnel for that. Check that post to see how to do it.
Recently, a new pricing model was announced for DynamoDB tables. Instead of worrying about provisioned capacity and throttled requests, you can pay per number of calls. But as always, there are some trade-offs to do.
AWS Glacier is the cheaper version of S3. Unfortunately, if you don’t inspect in detail their pricing model, you can end up paying a lot of money.
A step by step post about how to create an API using Spring Boot that uploads a file in S3. The full implementation is included 🙂
Redis from AWS ElastiCache can also be used for distributed locking. Again, full implementation is for free 🙂
A while ago we discussed about Komiser. This post presents an alternative for Komiser.
Because this period our mind is focused on vacation, we decided that maybe it’s a good time to have a funny post about AWS.
S3 offers a feature that let you create an URL and share it with others in order to upload or download things from/to S3.
Customization files in Beanstalk gives you a great flexibility, but it’s something we consider it’s not properly documented.
Don’t hesitate to let a comment with topics you want discussed here.
Happy cloud computing!