In the upcoming section we compiled a list of articles published last month. Enjoy (re)reading! And don’t forget: any information you find useful should be shared with anyone is interested on! 🙂
The aim of this post is to compare 2 tools that can be used to draw diagrams that contains AWS services.
We are far away from being scripting experts, but we managed to write several lines that makes our life way easier when we want to connect to an EC2 instance.
If your service has a predictable traffic pattern, then it makes sense to enable a mechanism for automatically scaling it.
If the payment dashboard provided by AWS doesn’t satisfy you or if you want to see another visualisation of you costs, then check this tool.
Sometimes we have to execute a command across many EC2 hosts. We present a mechanism to do that in parallel, without having to ssh-ing on each host.
Another way to reduce your AWS bill: during development, mock AWS services. An elegant integration between Spring Boot and Localstack.
Usually, when we have to choose between many options, we have to see pros and cons. Here we discuss which environment type to choose for a new Beanstalk service.
Happy cloud computing!