In November, AWS hosted its big annual event, re:Invent, where lots of new features were released. The full list of product announcements can be found here. One of them, OpsWorks for Chef Automate, allows you to launch a Chef Automate server fully managed by AWS.
AWS Managed Services. Do you mean Managed Services? by AWS? Yes!
Last week AWS re:Invent was a blast! Amongst very exciting product announcements, promoting the Unicorn rental business at the GameDay and the re:Play party, I was able to sit the AWS Certified Security – Specialty (Beta) certification.
AWS announced Elastic File System (EFS) as General Availability earlier this year, meaning we are a little closer to finally having a managed file storage service within AWS. However, its release is limited to a handful of regions and a limited set of features.
I started my career as a developer when I was about 14 years old and the very first piece of software I built was a management system for a computer repair shop.
Back in January I wrote a post on IoT and the year ahead. I suspect the past few weeks’ activities have given IoT somewhat more press than my humble ramblings. Pretty much no one escaped the news that there have been some interesting new variants on the good old fashioned Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), leveraging weak points in IoT devices around the world.
I’ve recently passed the 70-534 exam and I really want to share these insights because I wish I had this information prior to taking the exam (and hadn’t wasted revision time on material that does not make a difference and does not help much in preparing you for the exam!). Here are some hints and tips that might help you!
This recent article by IBM about their business partnerships with universities inspired us to talk a little about our own partnerships, and the benefits they have for our customers and graduates alike.
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Dead. The server was dead. As a result, during the next four days 2,300 Delta Airlines flights were cancelled, with thousands of passengers affected. Yet another blow had been struck to the traditional IT model.