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Amazon EBS Multi-Attach

2023-01-27T08:22:06+00:00

Amazon Elastic Block Store or EBS is a durable block-based storage device that can be attached to your EC2 instance. AWS released a feature called Multi-Attach, which allows EC2 instances to share a single EBS volume for up to 16 instances and provide higher availability of your applications for Linux workloads. Each instance to which the volume is attached has full read and write permissions to the volume. The following are several considerations and limitations in using the Multi-Attach feature: Multi-Attach enabled volumes do not support I/O fencing. I/O fencing protocols control write access in a shared storage environment to [...]

Amazon EBS Multi-Attach2023-01-27T08:22:06+00:00

ECS Network Modes Comparison

2021-05-03T12:55:41+00:00

Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) allows you to run Docker-based containers on the cloud. Amazon ECS has two launch types for operation: EC2 and Fargate. The EC2 launch type provides EC2 instances as hosts for your Docker containers. For the Fargate launch type, AWS manages the underlying hosts so you can focus on managing your containers instead. The details and configuration on how you want to run your containers are defined on the ECS Task Definition which includes options on networking mode.  In this post, we’ll talk about the different networking modes supported by Amazon ECS and determine which mode [...]

ECS Network Modes Comparison2021-05-03T12:55:41+00:00

Amazon SES

2021-05-21T04:01:05+00:00

Bookmarks Common Use Cases Features Methods of Sending Emails Testing Amazon SES Concepts Email Authentication Methods Email Sending Requests Dedicated IP Addresses vs Amazon SES IP Addresses Security Pricing Limits A cost-effective and scalable email service that enables you to send mail from within any application. A regional service. Amazon SES is for applications that need to send communications via email. Amazon SES supports custom email header fields, and many MIME types. Amazon SNS is for messaging-oriented applications, with multiple subscribers requesting and receiving push notifications [...]

Amazon SES2021-05-21T04:01:05+00:00

AWS CloudFormation StackSets and Nested Stacks

2021-05-04T08:40:23+00:00

AWS CloudFormation lets you model and provision resources for your environment using programming language, leveraging the concept of Infrastructure as Code (IaC). You don’t need to manually create all of your resources one by one, CloudFormation will do this for you. All resources are defined on the AWS CloudFormation template. This means that this AWS environment can be reliably and easily reproduced since everything is declared on a template. For example, creating a new Test environment similar to your current setup, or when creating a Disaster Recovery environment in another region.  With AWS CloudFormation, you can either upload your own [...]

AWS CloudFormation StackSets and Nested Stacks2021-05-04T08:40:23+00:00

Amazon Neptune

2023-01-30T13:28:40+00:00

Bookmarks How it Works Common Use Cases Performance Reliability Backup And Restore Security Pricing Monitoring Limitations Amazon Neptune is a fully managed graph database service used for building applications that work with highly connected datasets. Optimized for storing billions of relationships between pieces of information. Provide milliseconds latency when querying the graph. Neptune supports graph query languages like Apache TinkerPop Gremlin and W3C's SPARQL. How it works Common Use Cases Social Networking Amazon Neptune can easily process user’s interactions like comments, follows, and likes in a social network [...]

Amazon Neptune2023-01-30T13:28:40+00:00

Amazon S3 Access Points

2023-01-27T08:21:05+00:00

Managing access to your S3 buckets should be pretty easy using Amazon S3’s bucket policy. But as the number of your users and data grows, this easily becomes a complicated task. Provisioning access policies (who and where to access these objects) to these users could be a messy thing to do. AWS added this feature called Access Points on S3 to resolve this current problem. Access Points can simplify things in terms of provisioning access to different users. With this feature, each user can have a dedicated access point on a bucket and each of these access points has its [...]

Amazon S3 Access Points2023-01-27T08:21:05+00:00

Amazon S3 Event Notifications

2023-01-27T08:18:38+00:00

With Amazon S3 being virtually unlimited in size, it's quite a challenge to keep everything monitored especially when you are dealing with a large number of objects that scales up from time to time. With Amazon S3 Event Notifications, you’ll be able to immediately know when an object in your bucket was created, removed or restored. This feature allows you to get notifications every time an event happens on your S3 bucket. These notifications can then be forwarded to Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) topic, Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) queue, and AWS Lambda. The S3 Event Notification [...]

Amazon S3 Event Notifications2023-01-27T08:18:38+00:00

AWS Service Catalog

2022-07-31T14:43:22+00:00

Bookmarks Features Concepts Security Pricing Allows you to create, manage, and distribute catalogs of approved products to end-users, who can then access the products they need in a personalized portal.  Administrators can control which users have access to each product to enforce compliance with organizational business policies. Administrators can also set up adopted roles so that end users only require IAM access to AWS Service Catalog in order to deploy approved resources. This is a regional service. Features Standardization of assets Self-service discovery and launch Fine-grain access control Extensibility and version control Concepts [...]

AWS Service Catalog2022-07-31T14:43:22+00:00

Configuring Notifications for Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling Lifecycle Hooks

2021-05-12T08:51:56+00:00

Auto Scaling Lifecycle Hooks In the previous post, we talked about Auto Scaling Lifecycle Hooks and how to configure it on your Auto Scaling group. You can view the article here. It’s better to read it first before proceeding with this section. In a nutshell, Auto Scaling Lifecycle Hooks allow you to put an instance in the “wait” state while the Auto Scaling group responds to a scale-out or scale-in event. While the instance is in the “wait” state, you perform actions such as installing the application before allowing traffic to the instance or sending out the application logs to [...]

Configuring Notifications for Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling Lifecycle Hooks2021-05-12T08:51:56+00:00

Step Scaling vs Simple Scaling Policies vs Target Tracking Policies in Amazon EC2

2021-05-12T06:42:22+00:00

Bookmarks Simple Scaling  Target Tracking Step Scaling  Creating a Step Scaling Policy for an Auto Scaling Group Amazon’s EC2 Auto Scaling provides an effective way to ensure that your infrastructure is able to dynamically respond to changing user demands. For example, to accommodate a sudden traffic increase on your web application, you can set your Auto Scaling group to automatically add more instances. And when traffic is low, have it automatically reduce the number of instances. This is a cost-effective solution since it only provisions EC2 instances when you need them. EC2 Auto [...]

Step Scaling vs Simple Scaling Policies vs Target Tracking Policies in Amazon EC22021-05-12T06:42:22+00:00

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