This is an introduction level post, it's included in the free tier subscriptionGetting to the starting point on AWS to launch EC2 instances can take a bit of time. Using Terraform can help create the resources you need (VPC, subnets, routing tables, ...). But if you need to figure out all
In this article we will see how to setup a set of : - a git repositories server and service - a web interface to manager users, groups, and repositories - a load balancer to handle SSL termination in front of the git hosting service
When I setup docker based infrastructures for projects I have usually a few use cases that need to be solved. Usually it starts with starting http services containers, background workers containers and console ones. Let us see how to handle the last case.
Some food for thoughts about early infrastructure efforts for teams.
A solution to handle host based load balancing with ALBs in AWS with Terraform.
For some time now it’s been possible to mix OnDemand and Spot instances in Auto Scaling Groups so here is a little example of such a setup with Terraform.
How to use Cloudwatch to handle logs for Docker based application hosting on AWS.
In late 2017 AWS added "launch templates" in their EC2 ecosystem as a complement or replacement of "launch configurations". While more complex it adds a lot of possibilities to handle many things in an AutoScalingGroup. Let's see how to use them with Terraform.
Testing another way to run tests and build releases by using AWS Codebuild.