Category Archives: Amazon

Amazon ES – Secure your cluster from anonymous users! #2


In the previous blog, we have learned how to create a domain on Amazon ES and also how to create an index using Curl on the cluster. Now, let’s just look how we can control access to Amazon ES Domain. … Continue reading

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Amazon ES – setting up the cluster! #1


Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a cloud services platform, providing compute power, database storage, content delivery, security options and other functionality to allow businesses to build sophisticated applications with increased flexibility, scalability and reliability. Amazon Elasticsearch is one of the … Continue reading

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Unveiling The Mystery Of Serverless


In this blog, we will explore about Serverless and why it is trending so much? Serverless, is itself a self-explanatory word, means there are no servers. But, is it really true? No, it is not. Serverless does not mean the … Continue reading

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Introduction to AWS Step Function


Step Function is state-machine based workflow coordination as a service provided by AWS. AWS provides a straightforward way for application developers to create an execution workflow to coordinate the use of multiple AWS Lambda or Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) components in distributed applications running … Continue reading

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No need to predict your application load in advance with Amazon DynamoDB


Hello everyone! In this blog, I will try to explain what is Amazon DynamooDb and how it is powerful than other NoSQL databases. What Is Amazon DynamoDB? Amazon DynmoDb is a fully managed NoSQL database service that provides fast and … Continue reading

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Terraform: Enabling developer to create and manage deployment through code


In this blog post, We will walk you through Terraform which is a tool for building, changing, and versioning infrastructure safely and efficiently. Terraform enables the developers to properly manage the infrastructure through code. The set of files used to … Continue reading

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Dealing With Deltas In Amazon Redshift


Hi, In this blog I would like to discuss a scenario of Deltas implementation in Amazon Redshift using spark-redshift. Prior to that I would like to make you aware of Amazon Redshift, spark-redshift library and integration of Spark with Redshift. … Continue reading

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Serverless Architecture-Blog-2 (AWS Lambda)


In our last blog, we have seen the serverless introduction, Continuing that in this blog we will implement serverless using AWS lambda. AWS Lambda is a compute service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. AWS Lambda … Continue reading

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Serverless Architecture – Blog-1


What is Serverless computing? The “serverless” bit doesn’t actually mean that there are no servers required to run the new feature. It just means that we don’t have to deal with the infrastructure.That means we don’t have to worry about … Continue reading

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Knolx – Intoduction to AWS IAM


Hi all, Knoldus has organized a 30 min session on 3rd March 2017 at 4:50 PM. The topic was Introduction to AWS IAM. Many people have joined and enjoyed the session. I am going to share the slides here. Please let … Continue reading

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