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Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a secure cloud services platform, offering compute power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow.
Creating a Kubernetes environment on AWS with kOPS
05 March, 2021
Have you ever wondered about deploying a cluster controlled by Kubernetes on AWS (or any other Cloud Provider) without suffering? Well, this post is definitely to you. I won't compare tools or methods like Terraform [https://www.terraform.io/], CloudFormation [https://aws.amazon.com/pt/cloudformation/] and many others. This is just a simple post about deploying a cluster, managed by Kubernetes, using the most basic commands and enabling Rolling Updates, with kOPS. In order to accomplish this
Custom API access in AWS
02 December, 2020
Here is a quick and easy introduction on the basics of custom access control for API's created using API gateway from AWS. Let's get started 🔐. To illustrate the topics we are going to discuss let's image a simple site for a real state agency. In the site you can view the available homes in the area, you can send feedback to the agency and you can also use their mortgage calculator to simulate the monthly payments. All those actions can be done without setting up an user account. Additionally,
Introduction to Serverless on AWS
06 November, 2020
Brief introduction on the concepts of creating a basic API using a serverless approach hosted on AWS.
I heard that you're playing with SEO
27 October, 2020
Hey people, hello again, this time we're going to talk about SEO 📈📊 In this article I'll walk with you through the path I followed to improve the visibility of this blog you're accessing right now. A bit of context... This is a Gatsby + Ghost blog, and as you may know, it is a static site. Gatsby generates the bundle and we keep our posts on Ghost. Gatsby access these posts using the awesome Ghost Source Plugin [https://www.gatsbyjs.com/plugins/gatsby-source-ghost] and we deploy the bundle on