In the past I've had questions about how permissions work in S3, so I decided to investigate and write it up for myself so that I've got it all clearly described somewhere and can refer to this article.
A 5 minute introduction about AWS Fargate. What is it, how does it work, and what are some of the good and less good things about it.
At the end of December, AWS released a developer preview of version 2 of their Go SDK. This promises several improvements and so I decided to give it a spin to see what's different.
Almost 2 months ago, AWS announced a serverless chatbot competition. As I happen to have one of those lying around I decided to enter this competition.
While following my own steps for resizing an EBS volume, I discovered that Redhat-based systems require more.
Because Redhat-based OSes are slightly different from Debian-based ones, I ran into some issues provisioning an AMI with Ansible and Packer. This article is to ensure I can find the solution quickly in the future.
Last month I wrote about the installation script I built for Igor, but as I started writing more Lambda functions recently I realized that I needed that same functionality in a more easily accessible way. So I created Aqua to do this for me.
I gave a short lightning talk about automating the creation of AWS API Gateways at the AWS Meetup. This is based on the work I did for that on Igor.
When I set up Igor in Lambda for the first time, I mostly followed the directions as provided in a Lambda template. This template has a description of all the steps that need to be taken, but to be honest it's a bit unwieldy. So I created a script to do this for me.
Today AWS introduced the ability to request free SSL certificates for use with their services and I immediately jumped on that to try it out for this site. Let's have a look at how that went.