@boriszn shared a post, 5 days, 9 hours ago
Senior Software and Cloud Architect, IBM, Nordcloud

Mobile and IoT Security Strategies in the Cloud

DockerAzure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
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@sasachde shared a post, 1 week ago

How to Use Custom Domain Names inside AWS VPCs

Amazon EC2Amazon Web ServicesPython

Use your company-specific domain names instead of default AWS assigned domain names for EC2 instances inside VPCs.

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@chinelo-obitube shared a post, 1 week, 2 days ago

How to SSH Into a Linux(Ubuntu) Server With a New User Using the Terminal

LinuxKit

This is a simple beginner's tutorial where I will demonstrate how to ssh into an Ubuntu server with a new local user.

@devgraph shared a post, 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Devgraph

Rails encrypted credentials on 6.2

Amazon Web ServicesRubyRuby on Rails
Rails encrypted credentials on 6.2
@devgraph shared a post, 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Devgraph

The Developers Guide To Scaling Rails Apps

Amazon Web ServicesRubyRuby on Rails
Scale-Rails-Apps
@sowmenrahman shared a post, 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Junior Software Engineer, Arcade Studios

Blue/Green deployment strategy

Amazon ELBDockerDocker Compose

Canary deployment strategy also known as blue/green deployment, is an industry standard protocol for deployment with zero downtime by utilizing two separate environments and switching during source code updates or rollbacks. Canary deployments have a lot of advantages when it comes to multi-server configuration and aids in technical cases like version rollbacks, and a/b testing.

Canary deployments