My opinionated view on which are the best sessions to attend at re:Invent 2023.
An introductory post to a series of articles about making EC2 architectures more resilient.
A look at the new CloudFormation Fn::ForEach intrinsic function and how it compares to Terraform's capabilities.
A quick look at one of the newest services for event-driven architectures, EventBridge Scheduler.
A review of AWS announcements from the past two weeks.
Let's take a look at a new service that came out of re:Invent 2022 - EventBridge Pipes.
A look back at 2022 and what's to come in 2023.
Let's revisit my wishlist for re:Invent 2022 and see how many of my hopes came true.
Follow along and learn how to replicate the Snowflake Snowpipe functionality but for when Redshift is the target database.
The final three things that round up my wishlist for what I'd like to be announced at the 2022 edition of AWS re:Invent.
The less likely, but still hopeful, services and features that I'd like to be announced at the 2022 edition of AWS re:Invent.
Step Functions can do almost anything by invoking a Lambda function and running some Python code, but did you know that the workflow itself can do a lot without ever touching Lambda? Find out how.
My opinionated view on which are the best sessions to attend at re:Invent 2022.
A quick look at a new feature available within AWS SAM templates, designed to ease the pains of manually creating IAM policies.
The first thoughts about my wishlist for new services and features to be announced at the 2022 edition of AWS re:Invent.
About a month ago, I saw an article on the NCSC blog that prompted me to write this in response, focusing on how to interpret the actionable points that they have made and apply them to workloads that run within AWS.
We'll look at my five favourite features of Lambda Powertools and how they can be used day-to-day to make development more efficient. Deliberately not going into super detail on how to set up each of these features - the documentation is very, very good and there's no need for me to repeat it all!
A look back at the years of 2020 and 2021 and what's to come in 2022.
Let's look at how to get started with the most important constructs in the world of networking on AWS.
So, you want to allow developers to create IAM roles without compromising security? You're in the right place! Permissions boundaries are very much the answer.
Find out how to customise your ZSH shell to show the current profile that is active via AWSume.
A look back at the year of 2019 and what's to come in 2020.