One of the common pitfalls when transitioning to Cloud environment is having to worry over several factors like if your current Cloud architecture if it is efficient and performing well, is your current utilized services are cost optimized and if your current design is well suited for today’s security standards. One of the services that AWS is offering is the so called Trusted Advisor. In this article I will briefly discussed on what is it all about and how we can leverage it to our advantage.Continue reading
AWS: Quick guide for Elastic Compute Cloud
I remember back in the days that having an access to a physical server is difficult and costly for use cases that you just need to develop, deploy or simply evaluate an application.Not only you need to think of the different moving parts of a server for both Software and Hardware but you also need time for your application. But now in the advent of cloud computing there are several cloud providers that can give you this kind of service mainly called IaaS or Infrastructure As A Service. In this article I will discuss to you one of the core services offered by AWS which is EC2 or Elastic Compute Cloud.Continue reading
AWS: Quick guide for Elastic Beanstalk
In this fast pace competitive market, we need to lessen the Time To Market, creating a demo application or just making a Proof of Concept by leveraging the power of cloud. As a developer we need a platform where in we could quickly build, deploy and scale our web app, mobile backend and APIs without spending time on the design and usage of the infrastructure we are going to use.
We also need to have a platform that scales well, highly available, supports multiple programming languages and different operating systems. In this quick write up I’m going to share to you one of AWS services called Elastic Beanstalk to help you leverage its features.