About two years ago, while waiting for my visa to come through, I started writing a book about the AWS CLI. I did a fair bit of writing on it, but life happened, and I forgot about it until recently. I've decided to finish the writing and start posting it here.
Android P is in preview and Kubernetes becomes the first project to graduate the CNCF.
When it became publicly available, I said I'd give the Serverless Application Repository a try. Yesterday I released my first public application on there, so that makes it an excellent time to write about it.
New reflection attacks using Memcached, Learning with Google AI, and the introduction of vgo.
The Pwned Passwords database has been updated with a very nice API and AWS has released their Serverless Application Repository.
You can use conditionals in CloudFormation to make a template more reusable across projects or environments. Today I'll be showing how that works.
Go 1.10 with build and test caching, running Windows and Linux Docker containers side-by-side with LCOW.
Just for fun I decided to run AWS Comprehend over the weekly notes on this site. This is how I went about it, what came out of it, and what I think of Comprehend.
AWS released an update to ECS auto scaling, Google Cloud Platform wrote an interesting article about user accounts, and I became a Cloud Warrior.
Managing autoscaling for containers in ECS is a bit complicated, so I decided to write it down so I can refer to it again in the future.