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AWS Fargate and How to create task definition,cluster and service

Reading Time: 5 minutes Introduction Hello readers, I’ll be covering about the details of AWS Fargate which is a compute engine for Amazon Elastic container service but before it let’s take a look at topics that we’ll be discussing in this blog.Firstly we’ll discuss Fargate,need for Fargate,how it works,few key concepts that you must know when you are dealing with Fargate and finally we’ll see the demo how to Continue Reading

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How to make a Serverless Application Model in AWS

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog, we’ll learn how to create, build, and test a serverless application model using the CLI. So, let’s get started. The AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) is an open-source framework for developing serverless applications on Amazon Web Services. It allows us to express functions, APIs, databases, and event source mappings using shorthand syntax. We can define and model our application using YAML with Continue Reading

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How Google Istio is different from AWS App Mesh?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello readers, so before going into the difference between AWS App Mesh and Google Istio, initially we should know what is a Service Mesh. The concept of service has risen over a couple of years and we have a lot of alternatives. We have a number of options to choose from, i.e. Linkerd by Buoyant Envoy by Lyft Istio was Initially by Lyft, IBM, Google 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 deploy an S3 Bucket in AWS- using Terraform

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog, we will create a Terraform Script for deploying an s3 bucket in AWS. S3 bucket is a simple storage service in the AWS cloud. It allows to store and access any amount of data. It stores all the data as objects, that is, it is an object-based storage service. Using a terraform script, the entire infrastructure can be managed by declaring all Continue Reading

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How to deploy Rancher on the EKS cluster using Helm?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hey readers, so today we’ll see how can we deploy Rancher on the EKS cluster using Helm. Firstly we’ll create an EKS cluster on AWS using Terraform and then we’ll deploy Rancher on EKS using Helm charts. So for that, we’ll be requiring some prerequisites. An AWS account with admin privileges AWS CLI on the local system Configured CLI with the respective AWS account Terraform Continue Reading

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How to create an EventBridge application in python

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers!!! In this article, we will see how we can create an eventbridge application in python. First we will see create a python application that will send custom events to eventBridge. Then if rule matches, target will be invoked which would be lambda function in our case. And lambda will prints the event details in the cloud watch. Create an eventbridge project : 1.First Continue Reading

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How to configure Amazon EventBridge for ec2 state

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers, In this blog we’re going to learn How to configure AmazonEvent Bridge for ec2 state and we’re going to do this by Amazon SNS for that specifically, I’m going to cover How we can get an email notification every time the ec2 instance state will change. Using an event bridge rule and if you want to Schedule a Lambda Function using Amazon EventBridge 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

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How to use AWS PrivateLink via AWS console

Reading Time: 5 minutes Introduction to AWS Privatelink To enable a private connection to services hosted in different VPC within the same AWS account or in different AWS accounts, we use AWS PrivateLink. It enables us to connect our VPC privately to supported AWS services, services hosted by other AWS accounts (VPC endpoint services), and supported AWS Marketplace partner services. We need not to use an Internet Gateway, NAT 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

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How to create a Bastion Host in AWS

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Bastion Host? A bastion host is a server whose purpose is to provide access to a private network from an external network, such as the Internet. Because of its exposure, it must reduce the chances of attacks. It is a special-purpose server instance that is designed to be the primary access point from the Internet and acts as a proxy to your other EC2 instances. Continue Reading