A Modus Labs team built AWS Acme Instant Tunnel to enable developers to temporarily allow SSH access to AWS resources. Learn more about how this contribution simplifies working with EC2 and reduces the risk of security threats and human error.
A maturation of serverless solutions has led many software leaders to predict a decline in necessity for DevOps. Robert Flagg examines the impact serverless has and will have on organizations and the need for new DevOps approaches in our new blog article.
Strong security is imperative when developing a web application. Lambda@Edge uses Amazon’s Lambda and CloudFront’s Global Edge Network to empower teams to easily implement the best security practices into their websites. In our new article, Lucas Still details five ways to improve security in Lambda@Edge with security headers.
Serverless computing helps organizations automate resource scaling and reduce computing costs. In the second article in our series on serverless software architecture, Lucas Still shows how to set up a front end serverless environment.
Serverless software architecture reduces maintenence and operation costs of computing, provides scalable, on demand data storage, and works for all languages, frameworks, and technologies. Modus Software Architect Lucas Still breaks down the strengths and weaknesses of serverless software architecture with AWS.
New Relic and JMeter identify and help to solve your application’s biggest issues, and are our recommended tools for performance remediation. Richard Bullington-McGuire discusses best practices for the tools, database queries, caching, horizontal scaling, synchronous processing, and more.
CodePipeline is an impressive CI/CD service by AWS. Architect Lucas Still outlines best practices and approaches to setting up CodePipeline with your git repository in his step-by-step tutorial.
Atlassian Data Center products can be hosted a number of different ways. Andy Dennis and Chris Nicosia break down the pros and cons of AWS, Azure, and on premises hosting for Atlassian products.
When everything is on fire, where should you throw the first bucket of water? To fix bad performance, you have to profile. Figuring out where to start can be overwhelming, especially when your system performs OK under normal daily loads but collapses when a traffic spike hits you. This is part 2 of 3 in…