Author: Naincy Kumari

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How to do Lambda-Proxy Integrations

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers!! We are again back with a new topic. In this blog, we will see how to do lambda-proxy integrations. Before this, we will see what is lambda-proxy integrations and why we need them.  What are lambda-proxy integrations? AWS Lambda-proxy integration is a type of integration for Amazon API Gateway that allows a single AWS Lambda function to handle multiple HTTP requests and routes. Continue Reading

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How to create, get and delete secrets in AWS Parameter Store using CLI

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers!! In this blog, we will see how to create, get and delete secrets in the AWS parameter store using CLI. In my previous blog, we have seen what is AWS Parameter store and how we can create parameters using the AWS console. Follow the below blog for more information: Prerequisites: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/getting-started-install.html https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-configure-quickstart.html Now, let’s get started with AWS CLI!! Create parameter in Parameter Continue Reading

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Getting started with AWS Parameter Store

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers! We are again back with a new interesting service of AWS. Here we will get to know all about the AWS Parameter store. Firstly we will see what is AWS Parameter store, what are its features, and why to use this service. After that, we will see the steps of using this AWS service. Introduction to AWS Parameter store: AWS Parameter store is Continue Reading

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How to setup AWS FSx for Windows File Server

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers!! In this blog, we will see how to set up AWS FSx for the windows file server. AWS FSx for Windows file server is an Amazon fully managed native Windows file system service. It can also be integrated with the rest of Amazon’s services. Therefore It is fully managed which means we no longer need to manage hardware and software. Some of its Continue Reading

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How to create AWS Elastic File System

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers!! In this blog, we will see how to create AWS Elastic File System. So, Basically, Amazon Elastic File System is a scalable, simple, and fully managed elastic NFS file system. We can use it with both on-premises resources and cloud resources. It is used for content management with web-serving applications which will store and serve information.  Steps for creating an AWS File System: Continue Reading

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How to send Github commits and PR logs to ElasticSearch using a custom script

Reading Time: 6 minutes Hello Readers!! In this blog, we will see how we can send GitHub commits and PR logs to Elasticsearch using a custom script. Here we will use a bash script that will send GitHub logs to elasticsearch. It will create an index in elasticsearch and push there the logs. After sending logs to elasticsearch we can visualize the following github events in kibana:- 1. GitHub Continue Reading

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How to create AWS OpenSearch service domain

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers!! In this blog, we will see how we can create an AWS OpenSearch service domain. We will see what is AWS OpenSearch along with some use cases. Introduction: Amazon OpenSearch is just a successor to Amazon ElasticSearch service. AWS offers OpenSearch service to perform log analytics, real-time monitoring, visualizing up to petabytes of unstructured data, and many more.  AWS OpenSearch helps us to Continue Reading

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How to send logs to AWS OpenSearch using Logstash

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers!!! We are again back with a new blog. In this blog, we will see how we can send logs to AWS OpenSearch using Logstash. Basically, logstash is an ingestion tool that we can use for sending the data to our desired destination from any source that we want. And We will use AWS OpenSearch for analyzing the ingest data coming from logstash. Let’s Continue Reading

How to get the git changelog in Jenkins

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog, we will see how we can get the changelog in Jenkins. So, basically, a changelog means a file that will contain the ordered list of changes made to a project. And when these changes will be for a git repository then it will be called git changelog. Here for getting git changelog in Jenkins, I will use a Jenkins plugin Continue Reading

How to analyze Github events using Logz.io

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog, I will show you how we can analyze GitHub events using logz.io. Here GitHub events can be committed details, pull requests raised to that repository, code changes your repository details, etc. Logz.io is a platform for you to monitor your application. So, let’s get started!!! Step 1: Create an account in logz.io. It gives you 14days free trial. Follow the Continue Reading

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How to analyze Jenkins Build logs using the ELK stack

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog, we are going to see how we can analyze Jenkins build logs using the ELK stack. As Jenkins is known for its automation and we have a number of its builds logs. Here analysis of Jenkins build logs plays a huge role. So, I will explain and show you how we can monitor and analyze Jenkins build logs in our Continue Reading

How to setup VPC Flow logs to S3 

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers! This blog will show how to set up VPC flow logs to S3 and CloudWatch. So, let’s see what are VPC flow logs and how to set up VPC flow logs. We can view flow logs through S3 and there are also other options like AWS Cloudwatch log groups. These flow logs play a very significant role in debugging flows also. What are Continue Reading

How to Transfer data between Amazon EC2 and S3

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog, we will see how to transfer data between amazon ec2 and s3 buckets. Basically what we will do is we will upload files to s3 buckets by using the ec2 instance. EC2 is a computing service for AWS and S3 is an object storage service offered by AWS.  Let’s do it! Step1: Create an EC2 instance by using which you Continue Reading