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How to use EventBridge with API destination

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello folks!!! In this article,we will learn how we can use EventBridge with API destination. First let us know what API destination is. With API destination features, eventbridge can integrate with services outside of aws by using rest API calls. API destinations are the third-party targets outside of aws that you can invoke with http request. Eventbridge invokes endpoints and delivers the event as a 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

How to connect AWS RDS DB from a local machine Using EC2? 

Reading Time: 4 minutes To connect to an AWS RDS or DB instance, it’s a best practice to use VPN or AWS Direct Connect. If you can’t use VPN or Direct Connect, then use a bastion host. you can also restrict the network access control list (network ACL) of subnets to make the connection more secure. You can also restrict the route scope of the internet gateway to use a smaller range instead of Continue Reading

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AWS Fargate Vs Kubernetes: Which Container Orchestration Tool Do You Need?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Kubernetes and AWS Fargate both simplify the process of deploying and managing containerized applications. Fargate and Kubernetes are distinct tools that have different use cases. The difference between the two platforms decision about which service to use to deploy your containerized applications. What is AWS Fargate? Fargate, which AWS introduced in 2017, is an orchestration engine for containers and the infrastructure that hosts them. It automatically sets Continue Reading

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How to create record in route 53 using boto3

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers!!! In this artical, we will see how we can create a record in route 53 using boto3. So, first we will see what route 53 is. Route 53 is a highly available and scalable DNS web service.It gives businesses and developers a cost-effective way to route end users to internet applications by translating the domain names into IP addresses. we need route 53 Continue Reading

How to create a custom VPC using AWS CDK

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog we will get familiar with AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) which is a new framework amazon has released to make developer life easy. Therefore CDK allows you to create AWS resources in the language that the developer is already comfortable with.  For example if you are writing an application in Java or python then you can use the same Continue Reading

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How to specify Credentials when connecting to AWS services using Boto3

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers! As we know AWS has become a leader in cloud computing. We have different ways of automating AWS services nowadays. One of the ways is python scripting with Boto3. Boto3 is the name of the python open source SDK for Amazon Web Services. So, for doing this we need to give AWS Credentials in boto3. In this blog we will see how many Continue Reading

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Provision AWS Services from Boto3

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello, Readers hope all are doing well and liked my previous blogs on various DevOps tools and practices. If you have not gone through these blogs you can click here for them. Now in this blog, we will check provision AWS Services from Boto3 like ECS and ECR but first, we will understand some basic concepts or components we are going to use here. What Continue Reading

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An Introduction to AWS GovCloud

Reading Time: 3 minutes AWS GovCloud(US) is an isolated AWS region that is designed to host sensitive data and regulated workloads in the AWS cloud. Basically, it helps customers to support their government compliance requirements (currently only in the US). Compliance requirements related to FISMA, fedRAMP, DoD, etc of the US.  FedRAMP stands for the “Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program”. DoD stands for the “Department of Defense”. FISMA stands Continue Reading

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How to Manage AWS CodeCommit via AWS CLI

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers! I hope you all are doing very well. So, In this blog we will see how to manage AWS CodeCommit via AWS CLI. Whatever you are doing with your AWS Management Console You can do it through AWS CLI.  Now we are going to see how we can create a repository, create a branch and I have got a list of things that Continue Reading

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How to launch EC2 instance in AWS using Docker-Machine

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers! We are back again. And In this blog we will learn how we can launch an EC2 instance in AWS using Docker-Machine in a few easiest steps. We have some earlier blogs on EC2 instance which we can refer to are: https://blog.knoldus.com/how-to-launch-ec2-instance-from-aws-cli/ & https://blog.knoldus.com/how-to-create-ec2-instance-using-python3-with-boto3/ So, before starting we again have some prerequisites that we need to follow. These are the following: You must Continue Reading

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 How to upload data on AWS DynamoDB using Boto3

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog we will see how to upload data on AWS DynamoDB using Boto3 in a few easy steps. So, let’s not waste any time. We have some following prerequisites for starting it: You must have installed Python3 on your system. You must have installed Boto3 on your system. Do prefer this blog for the setup of Boto3: https://blog.knoldus.com/introduction-to-boto3-and-its-installation/ Install AWS CLI Continue Reading

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AWS EKS Cluster by CloudFormation

Reading Time: 9 minutes This blog contains a detailed description for creating an AWS EKS Cluster by CloudFormation. We will see how we can set up this through AWS Cloud Formation with a working example. Introduction Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Cluster (EKS) is a AWS managed service which can be used to run Kubernetes in which control planes or nodes are maintained by AWS. Like any other service offered by Continue Reading