Different numbers of availability zones are appropriate for different workloads. This post helps you pick an appropriate number for your needs.
Sujan Kapadia and Ken Rimple talk Rust news, AWS’ OpenSearch, HTTP SEARCH, and using console.log() like a pro.
While we’re down a co-conspirator this week (see you next week, Ken!), Sujan Kapadia and Becca Refford step up to share some of this week’s DevNews.
“Traditional” deployment patterns separate the application from its infrastructure. Lambda deployments turn this model on its head, binding the infrastructure tightly to the running code. This can be a challenge, especially when developing in a team: it is all too easy for one developer to accidentally overwrite another’s work. In this post I look at several deployment options, and how they impact a development team.
In this episode, Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia talk to one of Chariot’s Android developers, Joe Berger, about his recent writing and learning.
Ken Rimple, Sujan Kapadia, and Keith Gregory talk AWS Lambda, Ruby 3.0, M1 discussions, Apple store closures, and a little bit of LISP.
In this tutorial, Ken Rimple explains how to take a new application from concept to production in AWS in eight weeks.
Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia discuss all the news, tools, and announcements coming out of AWS’ 3-week event series, re:Invent.
Ken Rimple, Sujan Kapadia, and Keith Gregory talk root causes of last week’s AWS outage, post-mortems, and what AWS architects can do to protect themselves against unexpected downtime.
A while back, I wrote a post entitled Using The AWS CDK In Real Life. It was educational, but running Zoneminder on AWS is pretty expensive, and probably isn’t a good idea…