This article is the second part of a series on open source tools, focusing on tools for inventory, analysis and security assessment of the AWS environment.
First article about the open-source tools that can help you to manage your AWS accounts.
Want to know how AWS DeepRacer works? I tested it at re:Invent 2022 and tell you about my experience with this machine learning service.
Second article about the multi-account approach and specifically about AWS Control Tower where we will review all options.
This is the first article related to the multi-account approach, and the first thing to review is to know when and why I need a multi-account solution.
Amazon GuardDuty is one of the most important security services on AWS. This post contains everything you need to know about the service.
AWS Security Hub is one of the most important security services on AWS. This post contains everything you need to know about the service.
If you already have one or multiple AWS accounts and you want to improve your security approach you should read this article.
In AWS security is the TOP priority, but what do you know about security? How you can secure your AWS solutions? What are the basics and best practices that you need to know? Where to start?
CDK and SAM can be used together to create serverless applications. You will use CDK to define and create your AWS resources, and you will use SAM to test Lambda, API Gateway and DynamodDB resources.
I will show you how you can deploy a SAM project with AWS CodePipeline using the pipeline integration included in the AWS SAM CLI.
SAM (Serverless Application Model) is an open-source framework that you can use to build serverless applications on AWS and I will show you how it works.
I will show you how you can deploy a CDK project using the Developer Tools of AWS, and a different approach to creating it with AWS console and with IaC.
Do you want to know how to create infrastructure with CDK and review my CDK project used in this blog?
I use Amplify hosting to deploy my blog and in this post, I will explain how to do it step by step. The source code is public, so you can also do it if you want to
I just started the blog, but before that I did a lot of research comparing technologies, doing proofs of concept, and it took me weeks to figure out how to do it until I felt comfortable with the solution. Want to know more?
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