Category Archives: AWS

Cloud-Native Applications And NOT Infrastructure Code – Klotho

Wouldn’t it be great if we would not need to define infrastructure but let applications themselves figure out what to do, where to run, and how to do all that? Klotho enables us to write Cloud-native microservices and applications and auto-magically get infrastructure and the code that ties it all together.

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Running AWS Services In A Laptop Using LocalStack

LocalStack is a fully functional mock of AWS services running locally on your computer. We can use it to develop and test cloud and serverless apps offline. It can run through the CLI, in a Docker container, or in a Kubernetes cluster. We can use it to create mocks of S3 buckets, Lambda functions, RDS databases, ECR repositories, and more.

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Google Cloud vs AWS vs Azure vs Linode – Speed Comparison

Which cloud provider is the fastest? Is it Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), or Linode?

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eksctl – How to Create and Manage AWS EKS clusters

A review of eksctl and step by step guide how to create and manage AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) clusters.

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Amazon Lightsail Containers – AWS Service That Favors Simplicity

Amazon Lightsail containers are all about simplicity.

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Amazon Lambda Containers – How to Package AWS Functions as Container Images

Amazon now supports container images as the deployment package format for its AWS Lambda Functions as a Service (FaaS) offering. Containers are finally replacing ZIP files.

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“The DevOps 2.3 Toolkit: Kubernetes” is available!

The DevOps 2.2 Toolkit: Kubernetes is available through Amazon.com (and other worldwide sites) as well as through LeanPub.com. Soon it will be available through other retailers as well.

The goal of this book is not to convince you to adopt Kubernetes but to provide a detailed overview of its features. I want you to become confident in your Kubernetes knowledge and only then choose whether to embrace it. That is, unless you already made up your mind and stumbled upon this book in search of Kubernetes guidance.
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