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Three ways to run Docker on AWS

Three ways to run Docker on AWS

There are a bunch of different ways to run your containerized workloads on AWS. This blog post compares the three most important ways to run Docker on AWS: Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) with AWS Fargate Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kub...

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Fargate networking 101

Fargate networking 101

Fargate runs Docker containers on AWS. ECS is responsible for orchestrating the containers that Fargate runs. If you are new to Fargate, I recommend you to read: ECS vs. Fargate: What’s the difference?. ECS and Fargate offer deep integration with other ...

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Beginner-friendly mobile backend based on AWS AppSync

Beginner-friendly mobile backend based on AWS AppSync

Are you looking for a way to build a backend for a mobile or web application on AWS? You should check out the newcomer announced by AWS last year: AWS AppSync which provides a GraphQL based API endpoint. AppSync is serverless and very beginner friendly....

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A brief history of AWS architectures

A brief history of AWS architectures

The way you create architectures on AWS has evolved over the last ten years. In this blog post, I demonstrate what is better today than ten years before. 2009 In 2009, a typical architecture on AWS used the following components: Classic Load Balancer ...

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ECS vs. Fargate: What's the difference?

ECS vs. Fargate: What's the difference?

When discussing options to run Docker on AWS, I’m often asked about the differences between ECS and EKS or Kubernets. However, lately, a new question arises: What’s the difference between ECS and AWS Fargate? In this blog post, you get the answer. You a...

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Serverless WebSocket API: API Gateway, Kinesis, Lambda

Serverless WebSocket API: API Gateway, Kinesis, Lambda

Nowadays, it is a common approach to use a RESTful API following the synchronous request/response model. But what about asynchronous communication? Or communication that is synchronous but could be modeled asynchronous as well? A WebSocket API based on ...

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Cost savings with DynamoDB On-Demand: Lessons learned

Cost savings with DynamoDB On-Demand: Lessons learned

One of my favorite features announced during re:Invent 2018 is DynamoDB On-Demand. With DynamoDB On-Demand, we can use DynamoDB without provisioning capacity. Instead, we pay per request. Sounds amazing? I was excited and re-configured all DynamoDB tabl...

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AWS SLA: Are you able to keep your availability promise?

AWS SLA: Are you able to keep your availability promise?

Are you offering availability of 99.99% or more to your clients? Bad news, you might not be able to keep your promise! Recently AWS announced a bunch of new Service Level Agreements (SLA). Therefore, it is now possible to calculate the expected availabi...

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Fargate is ready for prime time, and we share our CloudFormation templates

Fargate is ready for prime time, and we share our CloudFormation templates

The recent AWS Fargate Price Reduction (up to 50%) is the last piece in the puzzle to call Fargate a reasonable choice for running Docker workloads on AWS. The CIO perspective is as simple as this: you provide the Docker image and scaling rules, Fargate...

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2018 in Review

2018 in Review

The year 2018 is coming to an end. We want to thank our readers, customers, supporters, and partners. It was a pleasure to be part of an inspiring community. BlogWe share how-tos, lessons learned and opinions on our blog cloudonaut.io. Thanks for readi...

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