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Fabric – Dive into Usage

Posted on August 16, 2017 by CloudThat | Comments(0)

In my previous blog article on Fabric i.e. Fabric – Automate Administrative Tasks with Ease we learnt: What Fabric is? What are its features? What is it best suitable for? What are its advantages? What are its disadvantages?

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Fabric – Automate Administrative Tasks with Ease

Posted on August 8, 2017 by CloudThat | Comments(0)

Things become very lengthy when we choose any configuration management tool for managing multiple servers. Just imagine, what if we get something which allows us to start automating tasks just after installation? While hunting for a way to automate all administrative tasks and for deployments with less efforts and time.

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Getting Started with Kinesis Firehose

Posted on June 1, 2016 by CloudThat | Comments(1)

In this fast growing world, humongous amount of data is being produced from all sources in every part of the world. It can be anything like logs from the machines, data produced from the traffic signals, data from the IoT devices, smart devices installed in homes/IT industries and a lot of other sources. After production of this vast amount of data, another problem arises of storing, configuring, managing and streaming of data.

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Establishing multi-site connectivity with Azure Virtual Networks

Posted on May 20, 2016 by CloudThat | Comments(0)

Recently, I designed an architecture for client application where we used Azure’s VNet-to-VNet connectivity for geo-redundancy. The requirement was such that they wanted to continue with their on-premises infrastructure, so we thought of it as DR (disaster recovery) solution. In the design we proposed Multi-Site connectivity as well, with VNet-to-VNet connectivity in Azure, you can connect two different VNets with each other.

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Schedule and Configure Lambda to Notify you..

Posted on April 8, 2016 by CloudThat | Comments(0)

In the era of Dev-ops, continuous integration and deployment, AWS Lambda provides you with various features, that will help you automate your needs. Lambda is a compute service from Amazon Web Services, which performs actions on various available services of AWS, based on the program code that you upload for execution. It can be triggered by events or with a scheduled event provided by CloudWatch.

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Configuring VPN between the VPCs across regions/accounts

Posted on April 1, 2016 by CloudThat | Comments(1)

As AWS is the top player in cloud market, we see most of the organizations migrating their architectures to AWS. If you are familiar with AWS, you must be knowing that most of the services are region level like EC2, VPC, etc. Let’s say you have a complex architecture with instances running in different regions. In case you want your infrastructure spread across multiple regions, securely communicate with each other through an encrypted channel, a secure VPN tunnel would be the need of the hour.

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Track your resource configuration changes with AWS Config

Posted on March 23, 2016 by CloudThat | Comments(0)

AWS Config provides the complete visibility over the deployment and tracking of resources. It checks the inventory changes and identifies the deleted resources. It analyses the compliance of the desired rule against the deployed configuration and respond to security incidents without distorting end user. It helps in troubleshooting the misconfigured resources.

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Understanding Amazon Cognito Authentication

Posted on January 8, 2016 by CloudThat | Comments(1)

Amazon Cognito is a service which provides user-data synchronization and unique identifiers for your end users that helps you securely manage and synchronize app data for users across their mobile devices. You can create unique identifiers for users through a number of public login providers (Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Digits, Google or any OpenID Connect are compatible provider) or using your own user identity system.

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