A collection of 7 posts

Deploying Ghost to Amazon ECS using a CI/CD Pipeline

This post is about deploying a Highly Available Ghost CMS using DevOps practices on AWS - its both a deep-dive into the different AWS DevOps services, and a tutorial to follow to get a working, highly available Ghost blog running on AWS ECS deployed through a CI/CD pipeline.

API and microservices vs ESB

When ever we talk about APIs, people always think about the legacy ESB/SOA/ESF stack.  They are not meant to solve the same problems. SOA uses APIs – that’s about the only

Upgrade Ghost 1.22 to 2.1.3

A few months ago I wrote about upgrading this blog's Ghost version from version 0.x to 1.x. Since version 2 has been out, here is how the upgrade went. Since I

Ops -> DevOps -> NoOps

"The race to serverless" I've written about Operations here and there, and my thoughts on DevOps, and then on Cloud Relevance, I see it as continuum, where we started off doing

Ghost blog setup with Docker

A few months, I mentioned how Nginx and Ghost was setup That was running version 0.9 of ghost. I finally decided to upgrade to ghost v1 (1.18 at time of writing)