Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

Tagged #aws

I finally got round to trying some AWS basics:

  • Route 53 for DNS of barryf.co.uk
  • S3 for static web hosting
  • CloudFront in front of S3 for HTTP/2 and CDN
  • SSL certificate via ACM

Hate the UI but it was reassuringly easy. Next to try: Lambda and API Gateway.

dynalite

An implementation of Amazon’s DynamoDB built on LevelDB

chalice

Python Serverless Microframework for AWS

Reposted Venntro Development Venntro Development’s post on Twitter
New post: "Automating the build and deployment of our team site with Jekyll, GitHub, Travis, S3 and CloudFront" https://dev.venntro.com/2017/10/26/automating-the-build-and-deployment-of-our-team-site-with-jekyll-github-travis-s3-and-cloudfront.html

shoryuken

A super efficient Amazon SQS thread based message processor for Ruby

Static Site Hosting with S3 and CloudFlare

chromeless

Chrome automation made simple. Runs locally or headless on AWS Lambda

remind101/empire

A PaaS built on top of Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS)

atlassian/localstack

A fully functional local AWS cloud stack. Develop and test your cloud apps offline

The Open Guide to Amazon Web Services

Hello World AWS Lambda function

aws-lambda-image

Automatic image resize/reduce on AWS Lambda

Serverless

Build auto-scaling, pay-per-execution, event-driven apps on AWS Lambda

fog

The Ruby cloud services library. Whether you need compute, dns, storage, or a multitude of other services, fog provides an accessible entry point and facilitates cross service compatibility.

Setting up CloudFront and TLS (HTTPS) with Jekyll

CloudPing

Amazon Web Services™ are available in several regions. Click the button below to estimate the latency from your browser to each AWS™ region.

MMS: The easiest way to run MongoDB

Cloud managed MongoDB on the infrastructure of your choice

AWS Elastic Beanstalk for Ruby 2

AWS SDK for Node.js

boto

Python interface to Amazon Web Services