Tag: AWS

  1. Creating a Slack Bot with Serverless Framework and AWS Lambda

    In case you didn't already know, Serverless works with AWS' API Gateway and Lambda functions which does away with the need for infrastructure. There are certainly some limits to it which I won't get into here. But for tasks that take < 5 minutes and things such as building a…

    on AWS serverless Node.js Slack

  2. Getting GitHub Unified Diff Emails using AWS Lambda and API Gateway

    I just wanted to share some code to get a unified diff email from GitHub webhooks. The above image is the end result due to my lack of design skills nevertheless the source code is available for those who wish to customize it. The interesting thing about this little interesting…

    on AWS lambda git api-gateway Node.js serverless

  3. Using AWS Temporary Security Credentials on EC2 with Node.js

    Applications that run on an EC2 instance must include AWS credentials in their AWS API requests. You could have your developers store AWS credentials directly within the EC2 instance and allow applications in that instance to use those credentials. But developers would then have to manage the credentials and ensure…

    on AWS Node.js Security

  4. Deploying a Dockerized Node.js App onto Elastic Beanstalk with TeamCity

    Setting up a TeamCity deployment pipeline to AWS was a bit tricky so I'm putting it together here in case anyone runs into any issues as well or just need a guideline on how to do it. I won't go into what Docker as there are plenty of tutorials out…

    on AWS teamcity Docker Node.js

  5. Deploying a .NET Web Application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk through TeamCity

    Deploying to Elastic Beanstalk can be pretty simple if we prepare our AWS environment first. I'm using the Visual Studio AWS Toolkit which you can find in Extensions in Visual Studio. Deploy Using the ToolKit First we can deploy our application to Beanstalk provided we have the right permissions to…

    on AWS teamcity .NET Beanstalk

  6. Using AWS Data Pipeline to Export Microsoft SQL Server RDS data to an S3 Bucket

    I spent the day figuring out how to export some data that's sitting on an AWS RDS instance that happens to be running Microsoft SQL Server to an S3 bucket. After it's in the S3 bucket, it's going to go through Elastic MapReduce (EMR). The provided Data Pipeline templates provided…

    on SQL AWS RDS S3 DataPipeline