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Your launchpad for Amazon Web Services

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How to dockerize your Node.js Express application for AWS Fargate?

My first project with Node.js - an asynchronous event-driven JavaScript runtime, designed to build scalable network applications - was building an online trading platform in 2013. Since then, Node.js is one of my favorite technologies. I will show you h...

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Show your Tool: Jenkins Pipeline Step Plugin for AWS

In this series, we present AWS tooling from the community for the community. We talk directly with the tool makers. Who are they? What problem does the tool solve? And what motivates them to contribute to open-source AWS tooling. This time, we talk wit...

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Checklist: Is your application ready for a container cluster?

Is your application ready to run on a container cluster? Use this checklist to find out whether you are good to deploy your application on Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) and AWS Fargate or any other container cluster solution. Does your applica...

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My mental model of AWS

AWS is a complex system that no one can understand end-to-end? As AWS professionals we still have to deal with the AWS system daily. We design for AWS, and we debug our applications running in AWS. How can we deal with a system that is too complex to un...

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EKS vs. ECS: orchestrating containers on AWS

AWS announced Kubernetes-as-a-Service at re:Invent in November 2017: Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS). Since yesterday, EKS is generally available. I discussed ECS vs. Kubernetes before EKS was a thing. Therefore, I’d like to take a second...

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Migrating to Amazon Linux 2

I run all my EC2 workloads on Amazon Linux. It comes with a superb AWS integration, a secure default configuration, regular security updates, and I can open AWS Support tickets if I run into any problems. In late December 2017, AWS announced the succes...

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New book: Rapid Docker on AWS

Our learning experience designed for web developers and DevOps engineers who want to dockerize their web applications and run their Docker containers on Amazon Web Services. Prior knowledge of Docker and AWS is not required. Simple to use and fast to implement!

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About us

Andreas Wittig and Michael Wittig
Andreas Wittig

Andreas is an Amazon Web Services (AWS) and DevOps enthusiast. His first cloud project was to build the infrastructure for an online banking platform on AWS. Andreas loves to teach no matter if virtual or face-to-face. He is the author of Amazon Web Services in Action, published by Manning.

Michael Wittig

Michael Wittig is author of Amazon Web Services in Action (Manning). He helps his clients to gain value from Amazon Web Services. As a software engineer he develops cloud-native real-time web applications. He has expertise in distributed system development and architecture, with experience in algorithmic trading and real-time analytics.

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