Modify capacity of T* instances on the flight

The T family of instances are the best choice if you run a very small application, but occasionally it can handle sudden traffic spikes. If those spikes are becoming more and more common, your application is consuming the entire host bandwidth and sooner you’ll notice that you application is going to response slower than usual. […]

April in Review

Below is our monthly summary containing what hot stuff from CirrusUp were published during April. Enjoy (re)reading! Easy way to access local AWS If you want a client for localstack – the AWS clone that runs on your computer – then this post describes how to get it. Authenticate requests using HTTP signature Digital signature […]

Authenticate requests using HTTP signature

A while ago we presented basic authentication as a mechanism to authenticate HTTP calls in your microservice. Today, we are going to discuss another mechanism that solves the same problem: a digital signature that can be used to validate the sender identity. The entire implementation is again available in a Github repository and it’s based […]

March in Review

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: Endpoints to access AWS services from VPC There is a […]