AWS

Configuring the AWS Command Line Interface

In our last guide, we explained how to install the AWS CLI but a little more setup is required before you can begin using it to interact with AWS services.

DevOps

Using “count” for Cleaner Terraform

Terraform is a fantastic tool for deploying resources.

AWS

Installing the AWS Command Line Interface

The Amazon Web Services command line interface, or CLI, is a tool that allows you to call AWS services’ public APIs from your command line.

AWS

Configure DNS with Route 53

If you are a website owner who bought a domain from GoDaddy (or some other registrar) and started exploring AWS to take advantage of the capabilities of cloud computing, one of the issues you need to address is: my application/website servers are hosted on AWS, but how do I integrate with the domain I bought […]

Docker

Docker Quickstart for Everyone

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Cloud

Building Immutable Servers with Packer

A long time ago, sysadmins were responsible for constantly caring for and feeding their infrastructure.

AWS

Use AWS Lambda to Stop EC2 Instances

Companies everywhere are beginning to use AWS Lambda, a serverless technology, to run code without the overhead that often comes with maintaining a complete server.

DevOps

Adding a Jenkins Agent Node

A single, monolithic Jenkins installation can work great for a small team with a relatively small number of projects.

Containers

Testing Chef Cookbooks with Kitchen and Docker

One of the lesser talked about benefits of Infrastructure as Code is the ability to use automated testing for verify our configuration before it ever leaves our workstation.