AWS

Aveek Das
AWS IAM Service in AWS Management Console

An overview of AWS IAM

January 13, 2021 by

In this article, I am going to introduce the concept of AWS IAM, also known as Identity and Access Management in AWS. In any cloud service, controlling who has access to the services and how each of the services accesses the other services is an important task. If we do not control the access or restrict then there might be cases of a security breach within the services and we might not be able to track those as well. So as a best practice to restrict or control access within the AWS, there is a special service called IAM that can be used to manage and control almost everything in AWS. It is the permission control system that controls access to the various AWS resources and services.

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Rajendra Gupta
stores the content on a new page

Database Cloning in Amazon Aurora

January 11, 2021 by

Amazon Aurora provides a MySQL and PostgreSQL compatible relation database with performance and feature enhancements over the existing databases. In the previous articles, we discussed the following features. You can refer to ToC at the bottom.

  • Backtrack
  • Global Database
  • Amazon Aurora Serverless

In this article, we will cover fast database cloning and its usage for aurora databases.

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Rahul Mehta
Neptune Jupyter Commands

Working with AWS Neptune Graph Databases

August 28, 2020 by

This article provides a step by step explanation of how to work with AWS Neptune Graph database. We will understand the basic concept and use-case of graph databases and then create a graph database instance as well as access it with Jupyter notebooks.

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Aveek Das
Deploying the serverless application

Deploy serverless applications using the AWS SAM CLI

August 18, 2020 by

In this article, we are going to learn to deploy serverless applications to the AWS Cloud using the AWS SAM CLI. This article is a part of the three-article series “Develop and Deploy Serverless Applications with AWS SAM CLI”. If you have some idea about how to develop and test your serverless applications locally using the AWS SAM CLI, then you might proceed with this article. However, if you want to learn more about developing and running your code locally, I would strongly recommend reading the previous articles of this series, Getting started with the AWS SAM CLI and Set up a local serverless environment using the AWS SAM CLI, which explains in detail the various configurations required to start and run the serverless functions on your local.

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Aveek Das
Opening serverless app in VS Code

Set up a local serverless environment using the AWS SAM CLI

August 18, 2020 by

In this article, we are going to work on setting up your local development environment for creating serverless applications using the AWS SAM CLI. This article is a part of the three-article series “Develop and Deploy Serverless Applications with AWS SAM CLI”. If you already know about the working principle of the AWS SAM CLI, you may proceed with this; otherwise, I would highly recommend reading my previous article on the series, Getting started with the AWS SAM CLI, where I talk about the introduction to the AWS Serverless Application Model and its workflow.

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Aveek Das
AWS SAM Workflow

Getting started with the AWS SAM CLI

August 17, 2020 by

In this article, we will learn the concept of the AWS SAM CLI. This is a part of the three-article series “Develop and Deploy Serverless Applications with AWS SAM CLI”. SAM, abbreviated for Serverless Application Model is a framework provided by Amazon Web Services, which can be leveraged to build applications on the local machine and deploy those to the AWS Lambdas directly.

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Aveek Das
AWS S3 Home Screen

Getting started with Amazon S3 and Python

July 31, 2020 by

In this article, I am going to explain what Amazon S3 is and how to connect to it using python. This article will be focused on beginners who are trying to get their hands on in python and working around the AWS ecosystem. AWS, as you might know, is one of the largest cloud providers along with Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform. There are a lot of services offered by Amazon including AWS S3. Amazon S3, also abbreviated as Amazon Simple Storage Service is a storage service offered by the cloud provider that enables the users to store any kind of files in this service. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers.

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