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How to Deploy ElasticBeanstalk using Terraform

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog we will see how we can deploy ElasticBeanstalk using terraform. In my previous blog we have seen how to deploy applications in Elastic Beanstalk. There we have seen how AWS takes care of all underlying resources so you don’t have to worry about anything. You can purely concentrate on writing your application code, package it and upload it. And EBS Continue Reading

Create AWS EBS Volume Snapshot Using Boto3 Python

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Everyone Today we will learn about how to create AWS EBS Volume snapshot using boto3 Python version. Firstly before creating using Python script , we will create on AWS that will be based on User Interface with Manual steps. What is AWS EBS snapshot It provides with the data protection for the long term as well as with the durability that are in EBS Continue Reading

How to Set Bucket Policy Using Boto3

Reading Time: 2 minutes What is Boto3 Boto is a software development kit (SDK) design to enhance the use of the Python programming language by Amazon Web Services. For more details and installation of Boto3 visit the Reference section. Set a bucket policy A bucket’s policy can be set by calling the put_bucket_policy method. Example This is the complete code to set policy. How to generate Bucket policy in aws console Continue Reading

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How to make WebSocket API with Amazon API Gateway

Reading Time: 4 minutes We’ll learn how to make Websocket API with API Gateway in this blog. Let’s start with a quick overview of APIs. What is an API? API stands for Application Programming Interface, and it is a software intermediary that allows two applications to communicate with one another. What is a WebSocket API? In API Gateway, a WebSocket API is a set of WebSocket routes that are Continue Reading

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How to Make a REST API Using API Gateway

Reading Time: 6 minutes We’ll learn how to make a REST API with API Gateway in this blog. Let’s start with a quick overview of APIs. What is an API? API stands for Application Programming Interface, and it is a software intermediary that allows two applications to communicate with one another. What is an AWS API? Amazon API Gateway is a fully managed service that makes it easy for Continue Reading

How To Launch An EC2 Instance With Nginx Using AWS CLI

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello Readers ! In this blog we’ll see How To Launch An EC2 Instance With Nginx Using AWS CLI . Firstly we’ll see about basic about what is AWS , AWS CLI and Nginx . So Let’s Get Start INTRODUCTION AWS Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a complete cloud computing platform that consists of infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) Continue Reading

How to Deploy AWS WorkSpaces in AWS using Terraform

Reading Time: 5 minutes Amazon WorkSpaces Amazon WorkSpaces enables you to provision virtual, cloud-based Windows or Linux desktops for your users and that is called WorkSpaces. WorkSpaces eliminates the need to procure and deploy hardware or install the complex or required software. You can quickly add or remove users as your needs change. Users can access their virtual desktops from multiple devices or web browsers. You can follow this Continue Reading

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How to Create S3 Event Notification using AWS Lambda Function

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog we will see How to Create S3 Event Notification using AWS Lambda Function. Before this we will get familiar with AWS S3 Event Notification and shortly explain about AWS Lambda Function. So, we will see how it works and after that we will see its demo. Let’s get started. The Amazon S3 notification is a feature that enables. You to receive Continue Reading

How to Implement WordPress using Helm Chart on Kubernetes

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hey readers, In this blog, we are going to install WordPress with MariaDB using the Helm Charts on Kubernetes cluster. With this installation, we are going to see – How we can upgrade as well as rollback the Helm Chart release of WordPress. This complete setup inherited the benefits of the Kubernetes .i.e. scalability and availability. Prerequisites: Before we start there are certain minimum setup requirements Continue Reading

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Creating API Gateway to trigger Lambda Function

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello Readers! I hope you are doing very well. So, In this blog we will create an API gateway to trigger lambda functions. Let’s talk about API gateway and after that we will trigger a lambda function using it. API Gateway: Api Gateways are just a web endpoint to your application. You can configure the target to be any aws service you want. So, It’s just Continue Reading

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How to Schedule a Lambda Function using Amazon EventBridge

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog we will see how to schedule a lambda function using Amazon EventBridge. Before this we will get familiar with AWS EventBridge. We will see how it works and after that we will see its demo. So, let’s start. What is AWS EventBridge? Amazon EventBridge is a serveless eventbus service. An event is something that happened in your application (for example, Continue Reading

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How to Autoscale EKS Instance groups using Kubernetes Cluster Autoscaler

Reading Time: 6 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog we are going to learn How to Autoscale EKS Instance groups using Kubernetes Cluster Autoscaler. We will use both managed and unmanaged EKS node groups. Before starting we will firstly see What is Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS). If you want to know more about EKS , you can follow my blog link: https://blog.knoldus.com/how-to-deploy-kubernetes-cluster-on-amazon-eks/ Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon Continue Reading

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Read and Write Capacity Modes in AWS DynamoDB

Reading Time: 4 minutes The read/write capacity modes for processing reads and writes on the tables determine AWS DynamoDB throughput capacity. DynamoDB supports two types of read/write capacity modes: Provisioned (default) On-demand Provisioned Mode In provisioned mode, you must specify the number of reads and writes per second that the application requires. Provisioned throughput is the maximum amount of capacity that an application can consume from a table or index Continue Reading