There are different types of cloud environments from which we can select one. But the real question is which is best suitable for yo…
Here is my list of sessions for week one of re:Invent focussed around data and analytics.
How to use fully managed Jupyter notebooks in Amazon SageMa…
DynamoDB is a NoSQL database that delivers single-digit millisecond performance at scale.
"DynamoDB can manage upward of 10 trillion requests daily …
Last week, I've managed to pass my AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam. To be exact, I scored 974 over 1000, where the minimum score needed to pass …
Welcome to Part 3 of my EC2 section of my Intro to AWS series. This is a continuation of part 1 and part 2, which you can read here:
DynamoDB is a NoSQL database provided by Amazon Web Services. It is a database that has been used within Amazon for years. One of the NoSQL database t…
Before You Begin
Before you begin an AWS security assessment, you need to gain access to the customers AWS account and the best way to do that is by s…
Table Of Contents:
Preface to Part 3
In the previous article, we tackled addi…
Howdy !! In the previous post on this series, we had a walkthrough on how AWS Copilot facilitates creating the application infrastructure, container r…
A Multifactor Authentication is an essential when developing a web applications. SMS based OTP is one of the most commonly used MFA techniques. Intere…
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