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EC2 Compute Instance Family Lineage
very handy chart and info on instance types
aws  ec2  reference 
june 2018 by ignatz
SSH-ing into your AWS Lambda Functions – clog – Medium
I spoke at dotScale in Paris last week about some stuff I’ve been working on to learn more about Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) performance. While my talk was mostly about cold starts, function warming…
aws  work  lambda  ha 
may 2017 by ignatz
Freeze - Amazon Glacier File Transfer Client for Mac
Native app for macOS ✔ transfer files from and to Amazon Glacier ✔ Available on the Mac App Store
aws 
april 2017 by ignatz
awslabs/aws-shell: An integrated shell for working with the AWS CLI.
aws-shell - An integrated shell for working with the AWS CLI.
aws 
april 2017 by ignatz
Ubuntu on AWS gets serious performance boost with AWS-tuned kernel
interesting -- faster boots, CPU throttling resolved on t2.micros, other nice stuff
aws  ubuntu  ec2  kernel  linux  ops  via:jm 
april 2017 by ignatz
Instapaper Outage Cause & Recovery
Hard to see this as anything other than a pretty awful documentation fail by the AWS RDS service:
Without knowledge of the pre-April 2014 file size limit, it was difficult to foresee and prevent this issue. As far as we can tell, there’s no information in the RDS console in the form of monitoring, alerts or logging that would have let us know we were approaching the 2TB file size limit, or that we were subject to it in the first place. Even now, there’s nothing to indicate that our hosted database has a critical issue.
limits  aws  rds  databases  mysql  filesystems  ops  instapaper  risks  via:jm 
february 2017 by ignatz
awslabs/chalice: Python Serverless Microframework for AWS
chalice - Python Serverless Microframework for AWS
aws  work  lambda 
november 2016 by ignatz
ryansb/hugo-lambda: Use AWS Lambda to run the Hugo static site generator
hugo-lambda - Use AWS Lambda to run the Hugo static site generator
aws  software 
october 2016 by ignatz
alestic/aws-git-backed-static-website: Git-backed Static Website powered entirely by AWS CloudFormation stack
aws-git-backed-static-website - Git-backed Static Website powered entirely by AWS CloudFormation stack
web  aws  software 
october 2016 by ignatz
Netflix/bless: Repository for BLESS, an SSH Certificate Authority that runs as a AWS Lambda function
bless - Repository for BLESS, an SSH Certificate Authority that runs as a AWS Lambda function
work  aws 
may 2016 by ignatz
SparkleFormation: sfn
Compose your infrastructure.
chef  aws  work 
april 2016 by ignatz
awslabs/lambda-chef-node-cleanup: Automatically Delete Terminated Instances in Chef Server with AWS Lambda
lambda-chef-node-cleanup - Automatically Delete Terminated Instances in Chef Server with AWS Lambda
chef  aws  work 
april 2016 by ignatz
SparkleFormation User Documentation
SparkleFormation is a Ruby DSL for programatically composing AWS Cloudformation, OpenStack Heat, and similar provisioning templates for the purpose of interacting with cloud infrastructure orchestration APIs.
aws  cloudformation  ruby  devops  work 
july 2015 by ignatz
AWS IP ranges
in json, updated frequently
aws  cloud  network  sysadmin  work  amazon 
november 2014 by ignatz
FreeBSD on EC2 status
freebsd images for aws ec2
ec2  aws  amazon  bsd  freebsd 
july 2014 by ignatz
BitNami Cloud Tools for Amazon Web Services (AWS)
The BitNami Cloud Tools installer packages the Amazon Web Services command line tools together with preconfigured Java, Ruby, Python and Perl language runtimes.
aws  amazon  tools  ec2  s3 
january 2013 by ignatz
Amazon EC2 Instance Comparison
A sortable table displaying all the Amazon EC2 instance type and pricing information so its easier to make comparisons. It's hosted on S3 and awaiting your improvements on GitHub.
amazon  aws  ec2  work 
november 2012 by ignatz
Backup
A RubyGem that among other things handles RDS mysql backup to S3
backup  ruby  s3  aws  rds 
august 2012 by ignatz
Amazon Web Services Blog: Amazon S3 Performance Tips & Tricks
Doug Grismore provides a very useful S3 performance tip; monotonically increasing keys will hurt performance, and describes a clean-enough way to avoid the problem
s3  performance  aws  via:jm 
march 2012 by ignatz

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