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What is AWS OpsWorks? AWS OpsWorks (Amazon Web Services OpsWorks) is a cloud computing service from Amazon Web Services (AWS) that manages infrastructure deployment for cloud administrators. The service automates deployment, configurations and operational tasks for distributed applications. With OpsWorks, cloud administrators and developers can define the infrastructure and resource configurations, such as storage and … Learn more
Free tier general information The greatest feature in IT infrastructure is the so called Cloud. The revolutionizer in Cloud technology are Amazon. Amazon provides an option to test their infrastructure, services and all cloud features that they provide for free. And yes they have an explanation what exactly “Free Tier” means. This can be found … Learn more

What about AWS CodeStar?

The need to automate Through the years web application development process changed many times. Over the last decade the need of automation of the development and deployment processes are more than recommended. This need demanded some platform to be developed that creates an easy to recreate steps of automated deployment. Many applications have been developed … Learn more
In this post I’ll describe to you briefly the differences between AWS WorkSpaces and AWS AppStream 2.0. But first a short introduction of the two Amazon services and the use case in which the comparison will take place.   Use case We have a desktop application and we want to use it on the Internet … Learn more

AWS, Terraform and Chef: Part 4 (Final)

After finishing this part of our tutorial, our AWS resources will be connected with Chef server and will be able to self-configure. If you haven’t read previous parts, please check Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 before reading this part.   Hooking the Chef Client <powershell> (New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadFile($ChefMsiUrl, 'C:\\Windows\\Temp\\chef.msi') Start-Process msiexec.exe -Wait -ArgumentList '/I … Learn more

AWS, Terraform and Chef: Part 3

In this step we are going to create and launch the Chef server. if you missed the previous step please check Part 1 and Part 2 Dealing with Chef automation requires some prerequisites beforehand. Head in AWS and go to OpsWorks page. Change the region if you need to. Click “Create Chef Automate server” and follow the on-screen … Learn more

AWS, Terraform and Chef: Part 2

In part two if this tutorial we are going to focus on using Terraform to create our solution desired structure. By the end of this part, we will have a up and running VPC with the resources mentioned in the previous part. If you are not familiar with the project structure please refer to Part … Learn more

AWS, Terraform and Chef: Part 1

The current blog series will walk you through working with AWS, Terraform and Chef. In this part in particular we are going to focus on project structure and prerequisites so we can start building our solution. It is assumed that the reader already have some knowledge in AWS resources. At the end of this tutorial … Learn more

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