DynamoDB is a fast and performant NoSQL database for creating highly available web applications. This article explores how to interact with DynamoDB in Python using the Boto3 library and covers in-depth concepts such as concurrency, leader model, throttling, and more.
Amazon's Elastic Beanstalk service makes deploying and managing high-availability web applications on AWS easier. In this article, learn how to deploy a Python/Django application to Elastic Beanstalk.
Want to deploy a Rails app with Docker and AWS, but not sure where to start? AWS Fargate simplifies the convoluted process of deploying Docker on Amazon's Elastic Container Service (ECS). It's also a good alternative to Heroku.
Amazon's Elastic Beanstalk makes it easy to deploy and scale your applications with load balancing, health monitoring, and auto-scaling. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to deploy a Node JS application with AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
Elastic Beanstalk makes getting started with Amazon Web Services (AWS) much easier. In this article, Farhan Hasin Chowdhury steps through how to deploy a Laravel app to Elastic Beanstalk.
DynamoDB is a NoSQL database offered by AWS. It can be a great way to avoid adding load to your primary database when you need tens of thousands of reads/writes per second. In this article, Julie Kent walks us through the basics of using DynamoDB with Rails.
Configuring your Rails app via environment variables works well, but sometimes you want to be able to update your configuration on the fly. Here's a way to update your app's environment using SSM Parameter Store.
Why would you want to do this? Well...