Cyber security is becoming more and more important and securing your server with automation allows us to save a lot of time and respect best practices
About Joel GariaDoctor in Computer Science, I've always been passionate about computers and their operation. In these last years I have decided to specialize me in the system field focusing my studies on the network and the servers. Together with Daniel, I have decided to create this blog to help, through of the guides, more possible people trying to transmit to them our passion.
Today let's see how deploy Grafana in ECS with Terraform Cloud
We can configure Lsync service for synchronize paths between servers (deployed by puppet)
Use Lambda Edge to insert /index.html at the end of the URLs of a static site distributed by CloudfrontJoel Garia2020-07-03T17:56:34+02:00
Today we will see how we can use the Lambda Edge to insert "/index.html" at the end of the URLs of a static site distributed by Cloudfront
Today we see as install Apache in CentOS and configure ALB with HTTPS certificate
When you create a private gateway API, you can contact it through the DNS name, but it is resolves only in your VPC with a VPC Endpoint with Private DNS enabled.
EC2 policy to manage volumes attached to instances (also not) and to create snapshots with only determinate AWS tagsJoel Garia2020-07-03T17:57:31+02:00
Inside AWS account there is the possibility to delegate the control of volume to external consulant. If you don’t want people to manage resources that don’t belong to them, you need to use an EC2 policies for limit their control.
In this article we use Terraform for create automaticaly a Cloudfront, bucket S3 not public (Origin Access Identity) and a Certificate Manager for validate the static website.
Today let's see how to import the paramiko library into AWS Lambda with this errors: from_buffer() cannot return the address of the raw string within a str or unicode or bytearray object and unable to import function etc