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AWS, Blue Matador

Monitoring Amazon RDS with Blue Matador
By Mark Siebert on October 29, 2019

Amazon RDS allows you to easily run databases in AWS without actually having to manage database servers. Since your databases are critical to the health of your application, properly...

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Monitoring Amazon ECS with Blue Matador
By Mark Siebert on October 22, 2019

Amazon ECS allows you to easily run containers in AWS in units called tasks. Groups of identical tasks are called services, and groups of services running on the same infrastructure are...

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Quick Guide to Redshift
By Alvaro Carrasco on October 15, 2019

Redshift is a fast, managed, data warehouse solution that's part of AWS. Although it is traditional SQL and meant for BI (Business Intelligence), it is designed for scalability and can...

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Serverless in AWS: Lambda vs. Fargate
By Keilan Jackson on August 27, 2019

Serverless computing has taken off in recent years as engineering organizations have shied away from the complexity and cost that comes with managing physical servers and even virtual...

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Monitoring AWS Lambda with Blue Matador
By Mark Siebert on August 13, 2019

AWS Lambda is one of AWS’s most popular cloud services. It allows serverless applications to be built by dividing up an application into functions that can be triggered by changes in...

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Monitoring Amazon Classic Elastic Load Balancers with Blue Matador
By Keilan Jackson on August 6, 2019

AWS Elastic Load Balancing is one of the most widely used of Amazon’s cloud services. In many AWS stacks, an Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) will be involved in almost every single request...

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