Meanwhile another month has passed along with our cloud-related articles. We are sure that, as in other months, you have found our topics interesting. At least feedback received let us believe that. In case you missed one post from March, you can find it below:
There is a very simple mechanism – a must-have – that keeps calls from EC2 to other AWS services inside AWS network.
A very simple library we developed that can be used to load Spring configurations from a properties file stored in AWS S3.
A while ago we discussed this topic by using Zoho, but meanwhile they are no longer free. After checking alternatives, we found that Hostiero is a good replacement.
What is nicer than a drag and drop mechanism to draw workflows for AWS Step Functions?
If you want to push metrics from your Spring Boot app in AWS CloudWatch, here is a nice library that could help
A list of tips we learned about AWS SQS that could help in case you use this service.
Yes, there is an instrument to automatically process incoming emails.
This post presents a standard way to authenticate calls in your microservice. As always, implementation is also included.
We are not going to close this resume without asking you to send a message with topics you want to talk about. Also, any feedback you have about our work is more than welcome!
Happy cloud computing!