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In our last blog post on managing AWS Kubernetes from the command line, we taught you how to list the names of the available pods. You can find that post here.
Once you have the list of pods, you can then perform a number of operations from the command line directly against the pod using kubectl. […]
AWS Kubernetes can be managed via the command line through the use of a combination of aws-cli, kubectl, and aws-okta. These instructions primarily apply to AWS EKS.
To install these command line interfaces on your Mac OS X, use Homebrew.
brew install awscli
Next, use Homebrew to install kubectl .
brew install kubernetes-cli
If you’re like most enterprises and your […]
Learn how to migrate PostgreSQL AWS database instances like an expert.
We had the need to migrate a Postgres AWS database from a Production to Staging EC2 yesterday, so we decided to write it up for posterity.
Navigate out to the production instance via ssh. I will typically write a shell script that executes the following command. You […]
Preview 2017: Top Programming Languages
Whether you are a seasoned Developer or new to the game, you will be aware of the many programming languages available to you as you start work on a new web or mobile app. Sometimes the decision about which language to use is straightforward, but other times you may have a variety […]
Amazon SNS Push Notification Tutorial on Android using GCM
Do you have a project where an Android device needs to receive push notifications from an endpoint registered on Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS)? Amazon has a sample Android app, but, unfortunately the only thing this sample app does is register with Google Cloud Messaging (GCM). You can […]
Sharon Wagner did a nice little presentation at the Silicon Valley Cloud Computing Group today.
Best Practices for AWS Cloud Cost Optimization from Cloudyn
It looks like we should be leveraging Glacier storage more as it’s substantially cheaper for large pieces of data that is rarely accessed.