Amazon Web Services (AWS) are currently in the news for all the wrong reasons. Their Simple Storage Servers (S3) – known as ‘buckets’ – have been successfully targeted by hackers. 402 more words
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Anytime you build Node applications it is highly suggested that your cover your code with tests. When your code interacts with 3rd party API’s such as AWS you will most certainly want to mock/stub your calls in order to prevent external calls (if you actually want to do external calls, these are called integration tests not unit tests. 581 more words
Most malware tries to compromise your systems by using a known vulnerability that the operating system maker has already patched. As best practices to help prevent malware from affecting your systems, you should apply all operating system patches and actively monitor your systems for missing patches. 2,736 more words
Here are some tips and tricks on how to update an existing AWS ECS deployment.
NOTICE: This post assume that you have some knowledge on AWS, scripting, docker and Bitbucket. 1,275 more words