How to integrate your AWS event-based system with external/legacy systems using RESTful APIs
Easy and practical example that shows when to use choreography and orchestration as modes of interaction in a microservices architecture, running on AWS Serverless
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.
This is more of a note to my future self. I was working on an wiki, hosted on MkDocs, that you contribute via making changes and pushing to GitLab. The process to submit
Lets say you building something in AWS. A typical architecture - perhaps a 3-tier web-app: Load-balancer, app, and database. Maybe you want to use a container platform to run the app, so you
tldr It shouldn’t be synchronous I’ve written about microservices before, based on the work I did with the MAD-API program. One of the particular limitations and lessons learnt was that all