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AWS Wishlist : 1-Click CloudFormation Resource Group Creation

Resource Groups are one of coolest but most obscure features in AWS. My theory around that was around due to the powerful search bar in EC2 AWS Management Console which can accept regex, range queries and auto-suggest the tags and their values. 106 more words


Fixing a CloudFormation rollback loop

Disclaimer: Apologies if some of the details of this are incorrect, I am working off my notes and recollection of what happened at the time. I started to blog about this and had a couple of attempts to confirm, but couldn’t reproduce the issue. 432 more words


AWS Cloudformation template for Lambda access to Elasticache redis (private subnet) and DynamoDB (public subnet)

The lambda code zip file

  • Create a dynamo table, make sure to replace “MyDynamoTable” below with its name
  • Create an index.js file, stick this inside it:
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Integrate Spring Boot and EC2 using Cloudformation

On a previous blog we integrated a spring boot application with elastic beanstalk.
The application was a servlet based application responding to requests.

On this tutorial we are going to deploy a spring boot application, which executes some scheduled tasks on an… 704 more words


AWS CodeBuild is Here

At re:Invent 2016 AWS introduced AWS CodeBuild, a new service which compiles from source, runs tests, and produces ready to deploy software packages.  AWS CodeBuild handles provisioning, management, and scaling of your build servers.   233 more words


cfn_nag - a security linter for CloudFormation

It’s a little too easy to make non-secure configurations of resources in CloudFormation when you are focused on getting the entire stack to render correctly. By the time you are done building and testing a template, you must take extra time to revisit all your resources to make sure you are following good security and IaaS practices. 909 more words


Integrate Spring boot and Elastic Beanstalk using Cloudformation

AWS beanstalk is an amazon web service that does most of the configuration for you and creates an infrastructure suitable for a horizontally scalable application. Instead of Beanstalk the other approach would be to configure load balancers and auto scalling groups, which requires a bit of AWS expertise and time. 529 more words