This month AWS announced the release of App Runner which is a fully managed container-native service designed to make it easier for developers to quickly deploy APIs, micro-services, and web applications using source code repositories and container images.
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When you are monitoring your AWS infrastructure for security alerts, not all security signals can be remediated automatically. Large or complex environments can generate multiple security flags (repeatedly) that need to be manually investigated in detail. This requires access to sometimes complex metadata to thoroughly investigate which may place a strain on your in-house security skills or may even require you to find the budget for a dedicated security expert.
Topics: aws security diagnose visualization DevOps
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In this Post we will look at a high level overview of all the different AWS container services you can use on AWS. If you want to run a containerized application on AWS you have multiple options to choose from depending on your application requirements, AWS Security and orchestration software preferences.
Topics: aws kubernetes DevOps containers
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Along side the hundreds of AWS resources we recently detailed in this AWS Services List, Amazon also provides a stack of developer and DevOps tools to help you build, deploy, manage and monitor applications on the AWS cloud.
This is a list of a few of our favourite AWS Developer Tools.
AWS Developer Tools
Topics: aws cloud Documentation azure visualization diagrams DevOps
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Defining Your Organisation
Google Cloud recommend your network resources should be organized hierarchically to enable you to manage access control and permissions across your organization. Grouping together all the network resources that each team or project requires makes it easier to permit or deny access according to which business unit each team member belongs.