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@boldlink shared a post, 4 days, 19 hours ago
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New AWS Inspector

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@boldlink shared a post, 1 week, 5 days ago
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What is Amazon DocumentDB?

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@boldlink shared a post, 1 month ago
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Container Risks and Best Practices

Over the past years, containerization has increased demand as a powerful solution to application deployment and migration; however, this has not fallen short of challenges; among them security risks.

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@boldlink shared a post, 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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Adopting DevSecOps

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Low-Code, No-Code & DevOps

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@boldlink shared a post, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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What Does The Future Of DevOps Look Like?

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DevOps Tools in AWS

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@boldlink shared a post, 3 months, 1 week ago
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AWS Security Intro – 4. Data

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@boldlink shared a post, 4 months, 1 week ago
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AWS Security Intro – 1. Access

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AWS Intro – 3. Security

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@ismail shared a post, 5 months, 3 weeks ago
BDM, Thundra

How to debug AWS Lambda functions in production

Serverless is pretty cool but native debugging has always been a burden for developers. In this article, I looked into a tool which makes it possible to debug AWS Lambda functions written in Node.js and Python runtimes live in production. To give just a bit more context, this VSCode plugin allows you to put a breakpoint in your Lambda code and get the stack trace without adding an overhead or breaking the full flow of the application.

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@renukachaubey24 shared a post, 7 months, 1 week ago
Cloud Architect, google

Building a Secure Data Lake with AWS Lake Formation

This blog gives an introduction of AWS Lake Formation service and describes how to setup AWS Lake Formation to enforce access controls that operate at the table, column, row, and cell-level for two users that access your data lake stored in S3. In this blog we will walk through the introduction, benefits, working and use cases of lake formation in AWS. Apart from this, we will see how to add a data lake in S3, create database and tables using AWS Glue and how to setup lake formation to order to enforce access controls that operate at the table, column, row, and cell-level for two users and query Athena to verify the results. This will reduce the effort in configuring policies across services and provides consistent enforcement and compliance.

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@anadimisra shared a post, 7 months, 1 week ago
VP Engineering, DigiteInc

Serverless CI/CD with AWS Fargate and Tekton

It's pretty simple to configure EKS Fargate for running Tekton Pipelines, saves you the hassle of having to run nodes just for CI/CD pipelines.

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