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The What, Why, and When of Single-Table Design with DynamoDB
AWS recommends using just a single DynamoDB table for your entire application. In this post, learn why you would do that and the few times you shouldn't.
computers  programming  databases  dynamodb  nosql  amazon  aws  cloudcomputing  serverless  api 
5 weeks ago by pozorvlak
ovotech/cloud-key-rotator: A Golang program to rotate AWS & GCP account keys
A Golang program to rotate AWS & GCP account keys. Contribute to ovotech/cloud-key-rotator development by creating an account on GitHub.
computers  security  infosec  tools  aws  cloudcomputing 
5 weeks ago by pozorvlak
AWS Lambda Cold Start Language Comparisons, 2019 edition ☃️
It’s 2019, the worlds a changing place but the biggest question of them all is how have lambdas performance changed since 2018? I’m here again to compare the cold start time of competing languages…
computers  programming  aws  cloudcomputing  devops  serverless  node.js  python  ruby  golang  java 
5 weeks ago by pozorvlak
Launch Darkly for serverless - Google Docs
As expected, best results are achieved with the Redis cache. Interesting that, for the cold start, using DynamoDB performs worse than without AWS caching.
computers  programming  devops  cloudcomputing  aws  serverless 
6 weeks ago by pozorvlak
AWS Step Functions — The Power of Simplicity - WeAreServian - Medium
Since its introduction to the AWS ecosystem in late 2016 at AWS re:Invent conference, Step Functions have changed the way organisations execute a wide variety of tasks. I am going to claim in…
computers  programming  devops  cloudcomputing  amazon  aws 
7 weeks ago by pozorvlak
Top 10 Performance Tuning Tips for Amazon Athena | AWS Big Data Blog
Amazon Athena is an interactive query service that makes it easy to analyze data stored in Amazon S3 using standard SQL. Athena is serverless, so there is no infrastructure to manage, and you pay only for the queries that you run. Athena is easy to use. Simply point to your data in Amazon S3, define the schema, and start querying using standard SQL.
aws  cloudcomputing  computers  databases  optimization 
october 2018 by pozorvlak
Miserlou/Zappa: Serverless Python
Zappa makes it super easy to build and deploy server-less, event-driven Python applications (including, but not limited to, WSGI web apps) on AWS Lambda + API Gateway. Think of it as "serverless" web hosting for your Python apps.
computers  programming  aws  cloudcomputing  python 
september 2018 by pozorvlak
Trek10 | AWS Lambda Pricing in Context - A Comparison to EC2
- For most periodic or very light workloads, Lambda is dramatically less expensive than even the smallest EC2 instances.
- Focus on the memory and execution time that a typical transaction in your app will need to relate a given instance size to the break-even Lambda cost.
computers  amazon  aws  cloudcomputing  serverless 
june 2018 by pozorvlak
Drew Eckhardt's answer to Why does Dropbox still use Amazon S3 to store data instead of building its own data center? Is it still cost effective for Dropbox? - Quora
Gross profits at now + time t are current revenue * growth ^ t * gross margin where gross margin is  ((revenue - cost of goods sold) / revenue). Generally it's much better for startups to devote resources to increasing growth as the exponent base than reducing cost of goods sold which merely multiplies the effects of the exponentation with a limit somewhere below a 100% gross margin.
dropbox  startups  business  aws  techindustry 
january 2018 by pozorvlak
The Happy Genius Of My Household
To start, a bit of devops apostasy: the idea of multi-cloud architectures is, for the vast majority of companies, a complete and total boondoggle.
computers  devops  aws  cloudcomputing 
march 2017 by pozorvlak
Create a simple, free, text-driven Twitterbot with AWS Lambda & Node.js — Medium
Have you always wanted to make your very own Twitterbot, but didn’t want to run a server to do so? Using AWS Lambda and very little code…
twitter  cloudcomputing  aws  programming  javascript  computers 
june 2016 by pozorvlak
Michael Tsai - Blog - How Is Amazon Glacier Implemented?
@mintywalker I actually meant the "robot jukebox" bit, but there seems to be some doubt about that too:
amazon  aws 
february 2016 by pozorvlak
How I ended up paying $150 for a single 60GB download from Amazon Glacier — Medium
“How I ended up paying $150 for a single 60GB download from Amazon Glacier” by @markonen
aws  amazon  backups  computers 
january 2016 by pozorvlak
Use of Formal Methods at Amazon Web Services | the morning paper
At AWS, formal methods have been a big success. They have helped us prevent subtle, serious bugs from reaching production, bugs that we would not have found via any other technique. They have helped us to make aggressive optimizations to complex algorithms without sacrificing quality. So far, seven teams have used TLA+, and all have found high value in doing so. At the time of writing, more teams are starting to use TLA+. We believe that use of TLA+ will accelerate both time-to-market and quality of these projects. Executive management is now proactively encouraging teams to write TLA+ specs for new features and other significant design changes. In annual planning, managers are now allocating engineering time to use TLA+.
amazon  aws  maths  cs 
january 2016 by pozorvlak
The Secret Startup That Saved the Worst Website in America - The Atlantic
How a team of young people, living in a repurposed McMansion in Maryland, helped rebuild
government  healthcare  computers  programming  web  usa  aws 
july 2015 by pozorvlak
AWS Service Health Dashboard - Amazon S3 Availability Event: July 20, 2008
S3 brought down across multiple data centres by single-bit error in the un-checksummed server-health gossip information.
computers  aws  s3 
june 2013 by pozorvlak

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