Tag: AWS

How to set up a continuous deployment pipeline to deploy versions of an application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk using AWS CodePipeline (Part 2)?

Reading Time: 11 minutes AWS Elastic Beanstalk allows us to quickly deploy and manage applications without having to worry about the underlying infrastructure. One of its major benefits is that it reduces the complexity of management of the infrastructure without any restrictions thereby making it easy for developers to focus on just building the application and least worry about […]

How to set up a continuous deployment pipeline to deploy versions of an application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk using AWS CodePipeline (Part 1)?

Reading Time: 6 minutes Do you have concerns about managing and deploying web applications? With AWS Elastic Beanstalk, you can launch your full web application in just a few minutes by simply uploading the code. Starting with capacity provisioning, load balancing, auto-scaling, and application health monitoring, this service will take care of the whole deployment process for you. In […]

How to launch EC2 Spot Instances using Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling and AWS Application Load Balancer (Part 2)?

Reading Time: 10 minutes A Spot Instance is a virtual machine that runs on spare EC2 capacity that is offered at a lower price than the On-Demand price. Spot Instances allow you to request unused EC2 instances at great discounts, allowing you to dramatically reduce your Amazon EC2 expenditures. A Spot Instance’s hourly pricing is known as a Spot […]

How to store, query, and index JSON data using AWS DocumentDB?

Reading Time: 11 minutes NoSQL databases are a great choice for many modern applications such as mobile, web, and gaming that require flexible, scalable, high-performance, and highly functional databases to provide great user experiences. In this blog, we will discuss AWS DocumentDB followed by the implementation to connect to the Amazon DocumentDB cluster from the AWS Cloud9 environment with […]

How to track AWS account activities using AWS CloudTrail (Part 1)?

Reading Time: 8 minutes Someone logged into your AWS Console and forced the shutdown of an EC2 instance, and you need to discover who did it as it was a critical instance for production, but you have no records. Here AWS CloudTrail comes to your rescue! In your AWS infrastructure, you can use AWS CloudTrail for logging, continuously monitoring, […]

How to build a ROS CI Pipeline using AWS RoboMaker and CodePipeline(Part 1)?

Reading Time: 9 minutes Robots are being used more widely in society for increasingly sophisticated functions like picking and packing, last-mile delivery, complex assembly, search and rescue, environmental monitoring, and assisted surgery. Robots are utilized for commercial logistics and consumer cleaning, distribution, and companionship in the autonomous mobile robot (AMR) and autonomous ground vehicle (AGV) industry segments. According to […]

How to install and run Docker Container on Amazon EC2 Instance (Part 1)?

Reading Time: 7 minutes The fast rise in interest and use of container-based solutions has necessitated the development of industry standards for container technology and the packaging of software code. Docker is currently one of the most well-known and widely utilized container engines on the market. Docker was launched in 2013 by a company called Dotcloud, Inc which was […]

How can we deploy AWS resources with ease using AWS CloudFormation templates?

Reading Time: 11 minutes Ever imagined how difficult it can be to manage your infrastructure on AWS with many services created? It can be pretty challenging and at times can be pretty time-consuming too. We will have to start focusing more on managing the infrastructure rather than focusing on developing applications. To solve this problem, AWS provides an amazing […]

How to log, view and analyze network traffic flows using VPC Flow Logs?

Reading Time: 14 minutes Troubleshooting, connectivity, and security issues are always important tasks and require expertise to do these tasks. We can identify latency with the use of Flow Logs, which will allow us to immediately resolve/tweak application performance issues without affecting end users. Each inbound and outbound traffic will be logged using Flow Logs, allowing us to analyze […]

How to orchestrate Queue-based Microservices with AWS Step Functions and Amazon SQS (Part 1)?

Reading Time: 11 minutes Assume that you are developing a distributed application and looking for a solution to transmit a large volume of data, at any level of throughput, without losing messages or requiring other services to be available, you can think about Amazon SQS! Using Amazon SQS you can decouple application components so that they run and fail […]

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