Jenkins is a potential CI/CD solution for my company. I'll admit that I have it in for Azure DevOps. No one really understands it well. The person who set it up has left the company. Jenkins is likely the leader in this space. As part of this effort, I wanted to explore GitHub Webhooks as [...]
(This article assumes a folder with existing code for the website on your local machine. ) The steps are: (Optional) If the bucket already exists, remove it using rb. Create the bucket using mb. Recursively copy the local web files to the target using cp. Instruct S3 to treat the bucket as a static website. [...]
Basic VIM commands to get you started Adding Text (You can get a bit more detail regarding the difference between these two here.) Saving For every command show, begin with Esc + : Navigating Editing ActionCommandDelete the current lineddDelete n linesTo delete 3 lines total (the line you're on, plus two below), type d, then [...]
Instructions for setting up VS Code to remote to a Linux server. In my case, it's Amazon Linux 2 running .net core. In Linux, at the command line, I created a project using: dotnet new web --name Employee Then on VS Code (running in Azure), connect to the Amazon Linux instance by: Install the Extension [...]
Simple steps to get going. Create the Amazon Linux Instance via the Console, CloudFormation or the CLI.Log in to the instance using SSH or EC2 Instance Connect (browser).Run the following: sudo dnf upgrade -y sudo dnf install git -y sudo rpm -Uvh https://packages.microsoft.com/config/centos/8/packages-microsoft-prod.rpm sudo yum install dotnet-sdk-3.1 -y # optionally test the installation cd ~ [...]
Simple steps to get going. Create the Amazon Linux Instance via the Console, CloudFormation or the CLI.Log in to the instance using SSH or EC2 Instance Connect (browser).Run the following: sudo yum upgrade -y sudo yum install git -y sudo rpm -Uvh https://packages.microsoft.com/config/centos/7/packages-microsoft-prod.rpm sudo yum install dotnet-sdk-3.1 -y # optionally test the installation cd ~ [...]
There's a nice little program for taking screenshots available for Windows and Mac called Greenshot. It's keybound on my Windows installation with Ctrl+Alt+P. Greenshot isn't available on Linux. Wanting to have a consistent experience between machines with Linux' gnome-screenshot, it was fairly easy to bind that program the same way in Linux. Launch Settings. You [...]
A graphic for the Amazon documentation "How Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) Uses AWS KMS".
I sat on several calls today -- on a day off, no less. Sigh. We shouldn't really even need to be making a case for automated deployments, but unfortunately I find myself (still) doing so regularly. Today was to be spent studying for an AWS exam and doing some other productive things. Like most other [...]
A Use Case for this is when you have a dedicated instance that you'd like to reuse for another purpose. There is a quicker way to clone an instance when using on-demand instances. That is by creating and using an AMI. Prior to Setup Determine the Availability Zone you want to use. Note the Security [...]
While studying for the AWS Solutions Architect Professional exam, I wanted to memorize the Auto Scaling Metrics. It was suggested that knowing these metrics cold would be helpful on the exam. During a review, it became obvious that for Auto Scaling metrics, there were three broad categories of Size, Capacity, and Instances. Each Category could [...]
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