AWS Honeycode

Honeycode is the low-code service in beta version being implemented by Amazon. Things I have noticed: The features are very basic, the templates available basic too. The customers using it are not top tier customers. It’s beta. The number of vacancies opened in amazon.jobs is low and last role available is from April 2022. The … Read more

AWS Sagemaker

These are some notes about the basis of Sagemaker Sagemaker services SageMaker Neo optimizes the trained model and compiles it into an executable. Taking the target hardware where the model will be run as input; the compiler uses a ML model to apply performance optimizations on your model. Ground truth makes easy to label data. … Read more

AWS LightSail notes

This post is a set of notes when doing the installation of a container in AWS LightSail. Tutorials Tutorial for launching and configuring WordPress: https://lightsail.aws.amazon.com/ls/docs/en_us/articles/amazon-lightsail-tutorial-launching-and-configuring-wordpress Configuration of key aspects = https://aws.amazon.com/getting-started/hands-on/configuring-wp-instance-with-cdn/?trk=gs_card WordPress Packaged By Bitnami For AWS Cloud: https://docs.bitnami.com/aws/apps/wordpress/ Notes Port 22 is the default port for SSH connections. MariaDB Bitnami commands Edit wp-config.php = … Read more

AWS CloudFront with W3 Total Cache

I have been able to configure the CDN using this document: https://github.com/W3EDGE/w3-total-cache/wiki/FAQ:-CDN#how-do-i-configure-amazon-simple-storage-service-amazon-s3-or-amazon-cloudfront-as-my-cdn Basically you have to: 1.- Menu: Performance \ General Settings \ CDN –> Activate the CDN in the W3 Total Cache: 2.- In AWS go to : https://console.aws.amazon.com/iam/home#/security_credentials$access_key Create an “Access key”: 3.- Menu: Performance \ CDN —> enter the credentials, and then … Read more

Cloud Economics

I have completed this 3,5 hours training about the Cloud economics. During the course I completed this map, having the customer and its main needs on top, and the AWS capabilities provided down. Screenshots (I want to save for my poor memory)

AWS Well-Architected

One of the sections of “Reaching Cloud Velocity” book is the well architected framework, where so many best practices are explained on the context of the use of AWS. I found this table on this post that summarizes the principles and the current services that are key for each one of the pillars: Update April/2022 … Read more

AWS Lambda, hello world

I found some hours to dedicate to create my first Lambda function on AWS. I read a lot about it, but I had not opportunity to practice. I followed the easy way, which means I did the use case proposed by AWS: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/lambda/latest/dg/getting-started-create-function.html Conclusions: You have to understand very well how to manage the different … Read more