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How to Launch an EC2 Instance in AWS

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Hello Friends, In this tutorial,we will see how we can spin an EC2 instance in AWS in no time. Prerequisite : You should have access to the AWS console.If you don’t have AWS account already,you can click  here and and create free tier Account on AWS. How to Launch an EC2 instance in AWS Step 1 : Login to Your AWS ...

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Configuring and using AWS EKS in production

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Its been some weeks now that our migration to Amazon EKS (work place) is completed and the clusters are in production. I have written a brief in the past on some major points, you can find it here. With some extra confidence while the system is serving real traffic I decided to come back for a more concrete and thorough ...

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Integrating Amazon Cognito With Single Page Application (Vue.js)

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In this article, we will look at authenticating Single page application (built using Vue.js) with Amazon Cognito using OAuth protocol. In our previous article we integrated a server side application with Amazon Cognito. Scaffolding a Single Page Application We will use vue-cli to create an empty Vuejs application. Vue CLI can be installed by following the instructions here. Let’s create ...

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AWS Messaging Services: Choosing the Right Service

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1. AWS Messaging Services AWS Messaging services enable similar and different software systems in the cloud to communicate and exchange information asynchronously. These Software systems can be incompatible and in different languages, and also could be on different platforms. AWS messaging services are highly available, highly scalable and highly reliable. AWS Supports multiple messaging services for different types of use ...

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DynamoDB explained – Part 1

DynamoDB has been a bit of a buzzword recently, so after years working on relational and document databases I decided to give it a try. A lot of the assumptions I had made about DynamoDb before working with it turned out to be false, so I am hoping that this series of blog posts will help you decide if DynamoDB ...

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