Category Archives for AWS DevOps

EC2 Instance

Create and Connect To Amazon AWS Windows EC2 Instance

The EC2 is a computing service that provides scalable computing capacity and eliminates the investment in hardware up-front, so the applications can be developed and deployed faster. Virtual machines on AWS EC2, are called instances. Here in this blog >>, we are going to covers how to launch a Windows-based instance. This blog will […]

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AWS Organizations

Multi-Account Management Using AWS Organizations

Many AWS users found it difficult to manage multiple AWS accounts as they scale up their resources for a variety of reasons and because of multiple accounts billing becomes more complex due to the operational overhead cost of multiple AWS accounts. All these problems can be resolved by introducing AWS Organization to make account management […]

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Amazon Kinesis

Amazon Kinesis: Overview, Features, And Benefits

AWS has launched the Amazon Kinesis service that is famous for real-time big data processing and ingestion. Amazon Kinesis offers key capabilities and functionalities such as processing of streaming data cost-effectively at any scale as well as flexibility feature to opt for the tools best suit the requirements of the application. Check out the blog […]

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AWS Certificate Manager

AWS Certificate Manager (ACM): Overview, Features, and how it works?

AWS Certificate Manager (ACM) is designed to simplify and automate many of the tasks traditionally associated with provisioning and managing SSL/TLS certificates. ACM takes care of the complexity surrounding the provisioning, deployment, and renewal of digital certificates for no extra cost! Check out the blog at to know more about ACM, its overview and […]

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Blue-green deployment

Blue-Green Deployment in AWS – The Zero Downtime Deployment

Blue-green deployments can reduce common risks associated with deploying software, such as downtime and rollback capability. These deployments give just about a zero-downtime release and rollback capabilities. Check out the blog at, where we are going to cover everything that you need to know about Blue-Green Deployment. This blog will cover: • Overview • […]

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SDLC Automation

SDLC Automation: Everything You Need to Know

SDLC domain supports one of the core principles of DevOps of removing the difference between developers and operators with the intent of performing automation as much as possible. The main idea behind Automation is to set up, configuration, deploy, and support infrastructure and the applications that run on it. Check out the blog at […]

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What Is DevOps? AWS DevOps For Beginners

AWS provides a set of services that are designed to enable companies to build and deliver products quickly and reliably using AWS and DevOps practices. These services simplify provisioning and managing infrastructure, deploying application code, automating software release processes, and monitoring your application and infrastructure performance. This blog at will also give you a clear […]

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AWS DevOps Azure DevOps

AWS DevOps Vs. Azure DevOps

In this digital era, gone are the days of using physical storage services. Thanks to the public cloud services and two of the biggest names in this domain which are AWS (Amazon Web Services) and Microsoft Azure. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals, companies, […]

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Case Study: Deploy a Containerized Application With AWS Fargate

AWS Fargate is a serverless compute engine for containers that work with Amazon Elastic Container Service. Fargate makes it easy for you to focus on building your applications. Fargate removes the need to provision and manage servers, lets you specify and pay for resources per application, and improves security through application isolation by design. Check […]

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AWS OpsWorks

AWS OpsWorks: Everything You Need To Know

OpsWorks takes the principle of DevOps even further than AWS Elastic Beanstalk. It can be counted as an application management service rather than simply an application container. It contributes even more levels of automation with additional features like integration with configuration management software (Chef) and application lifecycle management. Check out the blog post at, […]

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