Tutorial on how to create Snapshots on Elasticsearch using AWS S3 and how to restore your cluster from a Snapshot
Follow @ruanbekker In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to create a VPC Peering Connection between Two AWS Accounts and how to route traffic between them and then show you how we create Two EC2 Instances and demonstrate how to
OpenFaaS Logo | Source: openfaas.comIn this tutorial we will look how to migrate your AWS Lambda function (Node.js) to OpenFaaS Why Migrate to OpenFaas?Cloud Functions are awesome as it is, it's super cheap and fits most use-cases. Then
In this tutorial I will be demonstrating a Hello-World Python Serverless Application using AWS SAM (Serverless Application Model). SAM is a open-source framework that allows you to build serverless applications on the AWS Cloud. Serverless might familiar to most, but
See how easy it is to use OpenFaaS with Amazon DynamoDB
As many of you might know, when you deploy a ELK stack on Amazon Web Services, you only get E and K in the ELK stack, which is Elasticsearch and Kibana. Here we will be dealing with Logstash on EC2.
If you are trying to use multiprocessing.Queue or multiprocessing.Pool on AWS Lambda, you are probably getting the exception: [Errno 38] Function not implemented: OSError sl = self._semlock = _multiprocessing.SemLock(kind, value, maxvalue) OSError: [Errno 38] Function not implemented
Today we will set a Serverless URL Shortener using API Gateway, Lambda with Python and DynamoDB. Overview The service that we will be creating, will shorten URLs via our API which will create an entry on DynamoDB. When a GET
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