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 […]

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 […]

February in review

Another month, another round of CirrusUp cloud-related articles. Like last months, February has surely kept interesting topics coming. In case you missed one, we inventoried our latest posts. We encourage you to subscribe to our newsletter to be the first who receives new posts. Latest posts An interesting library to extract metrics for AWS calls […]

November in Review

Below it’s a summary containing stuffs from CirrusUp! Enjoy reading! Latest posts Limit accepted requests using AWS ElastiCache If you want to protect against sudden traffic increases, then definitely it’s a good practice to add a throttling framework. If you run your application on multiple hosts, then you need a way to synchronize statistics across […]

October in review

That’s our monthly summary containing what hot stuff from CirrusUp were published during October. Latest posts Parallel Processing in AWS AWS SQS doesn’t support multiple listeners for the same message, but by SNS intercalation, you can broadcast your message to as many listeners as you want. Secure for free your endpoints using AWS AWS Certificate […]