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Why do we opt for AWS Mumbai Region as an Indian cloud customer?

Posted on September 9, 2016 by Amrendra Kumar | Comments(0)

Are you an Indian AWS (Amazon Web Services) Cloud Customer? Do you want to adopt AWS Mumbai Region for your production? Then we have an analysis for you which will help you to decide whether to go for AWS Mumbai Region or not. In this blog, we’ll look at aspects like “cost comparison, services availability, S3 object download speed test, latency check, compliance” between near and famous regions. For those who are not familiar to AWS, a region in AWS is a term which describes a set of AWS resources within a geographic area. Each region contains multiple, isolated locations calledAvailability Zones (AZ). In June 2016, AWS announced Asia Pacific (Mumbai) Region as 13th AWS Region. Now, AWS provides 35 AZs across 13 regions globally. There are more than 75,000 India-based customers who are already using other AWS Regions to save costs, accelerate innovation, and widen their geographic reach in minutes. What does Mumbai region mean to all the hitherto existing customers or new customer? Mumbai Region allows global and India-based developers, start-ups, enterprises, government organisations and non-profits to leverage the AWS Cloud to run their applications from India and provide even lower latency to India-based end users. Two separate

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Install WordPress using AWS Codepipeline

Posted on May 17, 2016 by Amrendra Kumar | Comments(3)

In this blog we are going to show how we can install a WordPress with AWS Codepipeline. Before we begin the demo, let us brief you about the services which will be used. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is providing three services namely CodeCommit, CodeDeploy, CodePipeline as Developer Tools for the developers, which lets them to focus more on their application rather than deployment. CodeCommit hosts private Git repositories, lets we to store code securely. You can store anything, anytime and integrate with other AWS & third-party services. Files can be easily migrated from any Git-based repository to AWS CodeComit. CodeDeploy is developers service, which allows the users to deploy application (contains content such as code, web, scripts, etc). It helps in automated deployments, reduces downtime, have centralized control and easy to adopt. CodePipeline is a continuous delivery service, which lets you to automate your release process using your favorite tools such as Amazon S3, CodeCommit, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, AWS CodeDeploy and Jenkins as well. You can view the progress at a glance. It helps in speeding up delivery while improving quality. It contains many stages to test your code before releasing. Let’s begin with pre-requisites Working knowledge of Linux, Amazon EC2,

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What is Amazon Mobile Hub?

Posted on February 5, 2016 by Amrendra Kumar | Comments(0)

Amazon Mobile Hub is a mobile service, which allows to build, test and monitor usage of mobile apps rapidly and easily. It  allows users to integrate various AWS services to your mobile application in matter of some clicks. Once the app is ready, Mobile Hub allows you to test the app on real devices as well as make use of analytics to track usage of the app. Mobile Hub allows users to focus more on the application building rather than concentrating on the infrastructure build. It takes care of provisioning, configuring and managing the infrastructure you require. Users can make use of this AWS service for creating Android or iOS apps.   Mobile Hub integrates following services Amazon Mobile Hub allows users to integrate various AWS services within their Android or iOS application. The services are as follows: Amazon Cognito: AWS service for user sign-in. Facebook, Google+ as well as custom login are currently supported. Amazon S3: Object storage service from AWS. Amazon SNS: Push notification services from AWS. AWS Lambda: Compute service where users can upload the code and AWS run the code when required. Amazon CloudFront: Global or single location CDN for the application. Amazon Mobile Analytics: Measure app

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