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Connecting Cloud experts: Wolken Collective

Connecting Cloud experts: Wolken Collective

Today we launch a new project to connect Cloud experts all around the world. We are building a network of independent consultants and engineers engaged in the Cloud industry. Wolken Collective is a closed network of Cloud experts. We will meet the firs...

A pattern for Continuously Deployed, Immutable and Stateful applications on AWS

A pattern for Continuously Deployed, Immutable and Stateful applications on AWS

If you are faced with the challenge of running a stateful application on AWS, you will recognize that many building blocks no longer work as before. Usually I preach my clients stateless systems. Stateless means that that state is managed by another sy...

My Opinion on Serverless

My Opinion on Serverless

I attended Serverlessconf in London to speak with people involved in the Serverless world. Vendors, Framework maintainers, and users like myself. I reflected on the discussed topics and here it is: my opinion. Beta vs StableI can’t believe that busines...

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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.

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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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WordPress on AWS: smooth and pain free

WordPress on AWS: smooth and pain free

I’m not a fan of WordPress, as it is neither cloud-ready nor serverless. That’s why this blog runs on CloudFront and S3 and is built by Hexo. But 25% of all websites are proudly published with WordPress. You will learn about the easiest way to run WordP...

AWS CloudFormation Update Evaluation - YAML, Cross-Stack References, Simplified Substitution

In mid-September, AWS released a big update to CloudFormation. The update contained: YAML Support – You can now write your CloudFormation templates in YAML. Cross Stack References – You can now export values from one stack and use them in another. Simplified Substitution – You can more easily embed variables in strings. After one month of using the new features, I want to share my learnings with you. YAML SupportDuring the last 4 weeks I discovered three main advantages of using YAML over JSON to descr...

New CloudFormation Template - Authentication Proxy using your GitHub Organization and YAML

New CloudFormation Template - Authentication Proxy using your GitHub Organization and YAML

We released one new CloudFormation template and updated all of our templates to make use of the new YAML format, cross-stack references, and simplified substitution. It was never easier to use our templates: cross-stack references are used to link depen...


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