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AWS Cheat Sheet – Amazon MQ

2019-05-26T00:52:48+00:00

Amazon MQ AWS offering for a managed message broker service for Apache ActiveMQ. Message brokers allow different software systems–often using different programming languages, and on different platforms–to communicate and exchange information. Features Amazon MQ uses industry-standard APIs and protocols for messaging, including Java Message Service (JMS), .NET Message Service (NMS), AMQP, STOMP, MQTT, OpenWire, and WebSocket. Amazon MQ manages administrative tasks such as hardware provisioning, broker setup, software upgrades, and failure detection and recovery. Amazon MQ stores your messages redundantly across multiple Availability Zones (AZs). Amazon MQ supports both single-instance brokers, suitable for evaluation and testing, and active/standby brokers for [...]

AWS Cheat Sheet – Amazon MQ2019-05-26T00:52:48+00:00

Amazon MQ

2019-05-26T00:05:00+00:00

Amazon MQ AWS offering for a managed message broker service for Apache ActiveMQ. Message brokers allow different software systems–often using different programming languages, and on different platforms–to communicate and exchange information. Features Amazon MQ uses industry-standard APIs and protocols for messaging, including Java Message Service (JMS), .NET Message Service (NMS), AMQP, STOMP, MQTT, OpenWire, and WebSocket. Amazon MQ manages administrative tasks such as hardware provisioning, broker setup, software upgrades, and failure detection and recovery. Amazon MQ stores your messages redundantly across multiple Availability Zones (AZs). Amazon MQ supports both single-instance brokers, suitable for evaluation and testing, and active/standby brokers for [...]

Amazon MQ2019-05-26T00:05:00+00:00

AWS Cheat Sheet – AWS Migration Strategies – The 6 R’s

2019-05-14T11:01:32+00:00

AWS Migration Strategies - The 6 R's The 6 R’s Rehost (“lift and shift”) Move applications to AWS without changes. In large-scale, legacy migrations, organizations are looking to move quickly to meet business objectives. Applications may become easier to re-architect once they are already running in the cloud. This happens because the hard part, which is migrating the application, data, and traffic, has already been accomplished. Replatform (“lift, tinker and shift”) You are making a few cloud optimizations in order to achieve some tangible benefit without changing the core architecture of the application. Replatforming Tools Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) [...]

AWS Cheat Sheet – AWS Migration Strategies – The 6 R’s2019-05-14T11:01:32+00:00

AWS Cheat Sheet – AWS Directory Service

2019-05-14T11:00:11+00:00

AWS Directory Service For Microsoft Active Directory Also known as AWS Managed Microsoft AD, the service enables your directory-aware workloads and AWS resources to use managed Active Directory in the AWS Cloud. The service is built on actual Microsoft Active Directory and powered by Windows Server 2012 R2. AWS Managed Microsoft AD is your best choice if you need actual Active Directory features to support AWS applications or Windows workloads, including Amazon RDS for Microsoft SQL Server. It's also best if you want a standalone AD in the Cloud that supports Office 365 or you need an LDAP directory to [...]

AWS Cheat Sheet – AWS Directory Service2019-05-14T11:00:11+00:00

AWS Directory Service

2019-05-14T10:58:12+00:00

AWS Directory Service For Microsoft Active Directory Also known as AWS Managed Microsoft AD, the service enables your directory-aware workloads and AWS resources to use managed Active Directory in the AWS Cloud. The service is built on actual Microsoft Active Directory and powered by Windows Server 2012 R2. AWS Managed Microsoft AD is your best choice if you need actual Active Directory features to support AWS applications or Windows workloads, including Amazon RDS for Microsoft SQL Server. It's also best if you want a standalone AD in the Cloud that supports Office 365 or you need an LDAP directory to [...]

AWS Directory Service2019-05-14T10:58:12+00:00

AWS Migration Strategies – The 6 R’s

2019-05-14T06:31:21+00:00

AWS Migration Strategies - The 6 R's The 6 R’s Rehost (“lift and shift”) Move applications to AWS without changes. In large-scale, legacy migrations, organizations are looking to move quickly to meet business objectives. Applications may become easier to re-architect once they are already running in the cloud. This happens because the hard part, which is migrating the application, data, and traffic, has already been accomplished. Replatform (“lift, tinker and shift”) You are making a few cloud optimizations in order to achieve some tangible benefit without changing the core architecture of the application. Replatforming Tools Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) [...]

AWS Migration Strategies – The 6 R’s2019-05-14T06:31:21+00:00

AWS Cheat Sheet – AWS X-Ray

2019-05-14T05:43:03+00:00

AWS X-Ray AWS X-Ray analyzes and debugs production, distributed applications, such as those built using a microservices architecture. With X-Ray, you can identify performance bottlenecks, edge case errors, and other hard to detect issues. Concepts A segment provides the name of the compute resources running your application logic, details about the request sent by your application, and details about the work done. A segment can break down the data about the work done into subsegments. A subsegment can contain additional details about a call to an AWS service, an external HTTP API, or an SQL database. For services that don't [...]

AWS Cheat Sheet – AWS X-Ray2019-05-14T05:43:03+00:00

AWS X-Ray

2019-05-14T05:41:54+00:00

AWS X-Ray AWS X-Ray analyzes and debugs production, distributed applications, such as those built using a microservices architecture. With X-Ray, you can identify performance bottlenecks, edge case errors, and other hard to detect issues. Concepts A segment provides the name of the compute resources running your application logic, details about the request sent by your application, and details about the work done. A segment can break down the data about the work done into subsegments. A subsegment can contain additional details about a call to an AWS service, an external HTTP API, or an SQL database. For services that don't [...]

AWS X-Ray2019-05-14T05:41:54+00:00

AWS Cheat Sheet – AWS Step Functions

2019-05-14T05:33:48+00:00

AWS Step Functions AWS Step Functions is a web service that provides serverless orchestration for modern applications. It enables you to coordinate the components of distributed applications and microservices using visual workflows. Concepts Step Functions is based on the concepts of tasks and state machines. A task performs work by using an activity or an AWS Lambda function, or by passing parameters to the API actions of other services. A finite state machine can express an algorithm as a number of states, their relationships, and their input and output. You define state machines using the JSON-based Amazon States Language. A [...]

AWS Cheat Sheet – AWS Step Functions2019-05-14T05:33:48+00:00

AWS Cheat Sheet – VPC Peering

2019-05-14T05:32:36+00:00

VPC Peering A networking connection between two VPCs that enables you to route traffic between them privately using private IPv4 addresses or IPv6 addresses. Instances in either VPC can communicate with each other as if they are within the same network. You can create a VPC peering connection between your own VPCs, with a VPC in another AWS account, or with a VPC in a different AWS Region (also called Inter-Region VPC Peering). A VPC peering connection is neither a gateway nor a AWS Site-to-Site VPN connection, and does not rely on a separate piece of physical hardware. There is [...]

AWS Cheat Sheet – VPC Peering2019-05-14T05:32:36+00:00

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