I recently published an article in The New Stack on migrating AWS SAM applicaitons to the Serverless Framework.
I’m about to tell you something ridiculous. You might be paying 70% or more on EC2 than you need to be. With a combination of Spot and Reserved Instances you can dramatically lower your EC2 bill on AWS.
Recently, I was going back over an Amazon S3 static site I maintain and noticed that I couldn’t navigate directly to subpages without using a trailing
/index.html. It turns out there’s a few quirks of the Amazon CloudFront console settings that might lead to this. Let’s take a look at how to fix it.
Recently, I needed to put together system that would take new DynamoDB table items, queue up JSON messages in first-in-first-out order, and trickle them out to a 3rd party API over time.
I love not having to maintain things later so I decided to throw together a solution on top of managed AWS services. Here’s a high-level diagram of what I came up with:
Let’s take a look at how it all works.