I thought you'd be able to run AWS Lambda all through EU only regions?
Recommended read: AWS federation comes to GitHub Actions | Aidan Steele’s blog (usually about AWS) https://awsteele.com/blog/2021/09/15/aws-federation-comes-to-github-actions.html
Ok I blogged about it. That's how excited I am. 1. Deploy this CFN template 2. Write this GHA workflow 3. Never worry about IAM users again awsteele.com/blog/2021/09/1…
Aidan W Steele (@__steele)Wed, 15 Sep 2021 03:38 +0000
Recommended read: Mistakes I've Made in AWS https://laravel-news.com/aws-mistakes
🚀 Today we are announcing the launch of the AWS Cost Leaderboard at leaderboard.vantage.sh. The AWS Cost Leaderboard shows what AWS services cost customers the most in aggregate for the trailing 30 days and is updated daily.
Vantage (@JoinVantage)Tue, 20 Jul 2021 17:00 +0000
Recommended read: Behind the scenes, AWS Lambda https://www.bschaatsbergen.com/behind-the-scenes-lambda
I don't know who needs to hear this, but AWS Infinidash is a really elaborate devops Twitter shitpost that is intentionally nonsensical, so if you've never heard of this nonexistent service and/or it makes no sense to you, it's not you and you're not dumb 🤗
Ian Coldwater 📦💥 (@IanColdwater)Sat, 03 Jul 2021 11:50 +0000
I am convinced that a small and dedicated group of twitter devs could tweet hot takes about a completely made up AWS product, idk AWS Infinidash or something, and it would appear as a requirement on job specs within a week
Joe Nash (@jna_sh)Wed, 30 Jun 2021 10:10 +0000
Then it charges you $5 per GB that it ingests and "processes," which looks a lot like "basic arithmetic." This entire process should be replaced with a button labeled "smee" in the console. When you click it, you get a popup saying "smee again, goan fuck yourself!"
Corey Quinn (@QuinnyPig)Wed, 19 May 2021 20:45 +0000
Using Dynamically Generated Non-AWS Owned SSH Keys with Test Kitchen on EC2 (3 mins read).
How to set up kitchen-ec2 to use an SSH key that isn't available in AWS by amending the
user-data of the created EC2 instance.
Recommended read: You Can't Trust Amazon When It Feels Threatened - Last Week in AWS https://www.lastweekinaws.com/blog/you-cant-trust-amazon-when-it-feels-threatened/
javax.servlet.Filters in aws-serverless-java-container Jersey Apps (2 mins read).
How to add a
javax.servlet.Filter to a Jersey application, built using the AWS Serverless Container for Java.
Folks who use #cloudfront for regularly changing sites (ie multiple times an hour) how do you handle caching? Is it off? Fine tuned for the content? Always cache invalidate on a publish?
Feeling especially lazy - does anyone have a good resource for setting up S3 + CloudFront + a custom domain name, with an IAM role that can only read/write to the bucket? My brain wants to outsource the work for this one 🙃
Next week's keynote will feature no new @awscloud services, they'll just turn us-east-1 back on. #reInvent
Corey Quinn (@QuinnyPig)Wed, 25 Nov 2020 22:55 GMT
That's it, 7777 is live 🎉 7777 is a dead-simple CLI command that makes your AWS database available on local port… 7777. Forget SSH tunnels and paying for jump servers. Connecting and debugging databases is finally easy! Get it here: port7777.com
Matthieu Napoli (@matthieunapoli)Wed, 18 Nov 2020 10:14 GMT
AWS public registry 👇 coming soon™️
Post detailsDealing with container image download rate limits? We have some advice, and an important announcement about something coming soon - an AWS public registry. aws.amazon.com/blogs/containe…
Nick Coult (@nickcoult)Tue, 03 Nov 2020 00:33 GMT
Justin Garrison (@rothgar)Tue, 03 Nov 2020 00:43 GMT
168 AWS services in 2 minutes. *inhales*
Forrest Brazeal (@forrestbrazeal)Wed, 02 Sep 2020 15:39 +0000
who did this? 😆
Justin Garrison (@rothgar)Thu, 27 Aug 2020 16:59 +0000
It's funny looking at twitter and seeing the number of random companies reporting technical issues when there's an @awscloud outage
Kyle Arch (@KyleGeorgeArch)Tue, 25 Aug 2020 10:55 +0000
Recommended read: A few thoughts on the $80 million fine from the Capital One Breach - a thread. https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1291801858676228098.html?s=09
Recommended read: Incident Report: TaskRouter JS SDK Security Incident - July 19, 2020 https://www.twilio.com/blog/incident-report-taskrouter-js-sdk-july-2020
I love everything that #AWS allows me to do (and build), but @QuinnyPig is so dead-on about every new AWS service:
Brian Klaas (@brian_klaas)Mon, 27 Jul 2020 14:51 +0000
Issues with Ordering When Using Vault CLI's
-no-print Argument (1 mins read).
A possible solution for
no-print not taking effect with the
vault CLI when using AWS EC2 auth.
Recommended read: ssh-over-ssm https://github.com/elpy1/ssh-over-ssm
Recommended read: One Year at AWS! https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/one-year-aws-sarah-cecchetti/
Triggering an AWS Lambda from the Command-Line (1 mins read).
How to invoke an AWS Lambda function from the Command-Line.
Reminder to folks building AWS services: AWS account IDs look like numbers, but they are not! They can start with leading zeros, sometimes multiple. (Yes, I am reaching out to the latest culprits, but please spread the word so this doesn't happen again.)
Eric Hammond (@esh)Fri, 14 Feb 2020 02:31 GMT
Recommended read: AWS CLI v2 is now generally available https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/developer/aws-cli-v2-is-now-generally-available/
A writeup on the DVSA blog of a great day I had attending their AWS Game Day
Recommended read: Learning at work with an AWS GameDay https://dvsadigital.blog.gov.uk/2018/06/26/learning-at-work-with-an-aws-gameday/
An interesting approach - but I wonder why you'd implement like so (requiring SSH usage) instead of the Systems Manager's
run-command https://docs.aws.amazon.com/systems-manager/latest/userguide/walkthrough-cli.html ?
Recommended read: SSH to EC2 instances via AWS Lambda https://www.transposit.com/blog/2019.12.18-using-lambda-as-an-ssh-proxy/
Recommended read: Serverless Bastions on Demand https://ig.nore.me/2018/07/serverless-bastions-on-demand/
Recommended read: Cloud Irregular: Amazon won't spin off AWS, and that's too bad for AWS https://forrestbrazeal.com/2019/07/24/cloud-irregular-amazon-wont-spin-off-aws-and-thats-too-bad-for-aws/
DevOpsDays London 2019 (63 mins read).
A writeup of the DevOpsDays London conference, and the talks and Open Spaces I attended.
This is quite an interesting little gotcha that many may not know (for instance I did not) about a 75GB limit of storage of Lambdas.
Recommended read: The Dark Side of AWS Lambda https://medium.com/fluidity/the-dark-side-of-aws-lambda-5c9f620b7dd2
AWS Nottingham: Where Did All the Money Go? (13 mins read).
A writeup of the AWS Nottingham meetup about cost saving in AWS.
Hackference 2018 (31 mins read).
A review of my time at Hackference's 1-day conference and 24-hour hackathon.
Setting your default AWS profile for the AWS CLI and SDKs (2 mins read).
Setting the default AWS profile when working with multiple profiles and the AWS CLI / SDKs.
DevOpsDays London 2018 (51 mins read).
My writeup of my first DevOpsDays conference, and the awesome talks and conversations I was part of.
Notes from the AWS + Chef Dev Day Roadshow in London (13 mins read).
Notes from the AWS Dev Day Roadshow in London, where we got to play around with Chef, Chef Automate and InSpec using AWS OpsWorks.
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