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New Features!

Our developers and instructors have been working away at bringing you new courses and features here at Linux Academy!

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Cloud Compliance – How AWS Shield Plays a Part

In our last article, we took a look at some of the most common compliance regulations that affect IT organizations and their cloud stratagem.

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Serverless in C#

With the announcement of the new C# runtime in AWS Lambda, enterprises are now able to start taking their .NET investment into the world of serverless applications.

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Introducing AWS Athena

At the re:Invent conference held in Las Vegas in November 2016, Amazon’s CEO announced Athena, among a series of new services.

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AWS Announces: AWS Shield – A Linux Academy Closer Look

To say that RE:Invent was a shocking revelation for many 3rd party vendors/integrators/developers would be an understatement.

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AWS Announces: X-Ray, End-to-End Distributed Application Monitoring

Of all the amazing announcements made during the re:Invent keynotes, among the most impressive I heard was Thursday’s announcement of X-Ray.

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AWS Announces: CodeBuild Automated Build Management

It’s common among many development teams – often larger teams, but especially those using agile project management and continuous deployment – to automate the process of application builds.

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AWS Announces: C# In Lamba, Step Functions and Lambda@Edge

Amazon announced three major Lambda updates in today’s re:Invent keynote: Support for C#, Lambda@Edge and Step Functions, which are basically a way to chain together several Lambda functions into a single workflow.

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AWS Announces: Lightsail, a Simple VPS Solution

With the release of AWS Lightsail, Amazon Web Services steps into the market of easy-to-use and quick-to-provision VPS servers.

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Understand Lifecycle Hooks

When it comes to using Auto Scaling for your application, a common question is “How can we configure an instance with our application and its dependencies, and make it ready to serve traffic?” To answer this question, we can turn to lifecycle hooks.