Note: This is the third post in our series on properly deploying an app to AWS with the least effort. Our other posts cover: Getting started Preventive measures App security (this post)
There’s a lot out there about Amazon CloudWatch already, but since Amazon’s default EC2 monitoring service pushes regular updates, most of what you’ll find will be dated (last updated:...
This blog is part two of our series on launching an app to AWS. Other posts in this series: Getting started Preventive measures (this post) App security Route 53 and DNS explained ...
Launching a production app onto the cloud is a big task with a ton of tiny sub-tasks, and it can all be pretty overwhelming. We're here for you. We've launched an app ourselves (Blue...
IAM is the de-facto method of authorization in AWS. Most Kubernetes “Quick Start” guides for AWS do not adequately cover how to manage IAM access in your pods. This blog series will...
In the last post, we compared kiam and kube2iam head-to-head. While kube2iam was declared the winner of that comparison, I feel that the case for kiam too compelling, and the setup too...
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