Digest #68: Running DynamoDB in Production 🚀

#68: Running DynamoDB in Production

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What Iโ€™ve learned from using AWS DynamoDB in production for more than 3 years
This article will give you a brief guide on DynamoDB and hopefully help you determine if you need it in your projects. This article is intended for people that already have knowledge of databases and have some understanding of NoSQL.
"How to avoid AWS Lambda risks" - This blog will cover AWS Lambda threats and provide the security considerations you need to reduce security risks and get the most out of your AWS Lambda service - Read more ยป
"Learn Terraform by deploying a Jenkins server on AWS" -  This article will show you how to fully automate the deployment of your Jenkins services on the AWS cloud using Terraform with a custom baked image - Read more ยป
"How to run databases in Kubernetes" - If you are not new to Kubernetes, probably you heard this a million times: โ€œDo not run databases on Kubernetes!โ€; and if you were in 2016 that may be true, but not anymore - Read more ยป
"How to deploy modern apps with AWS Amplify" - The world of web development has evolved over the years.  There are now more and more tools and services that make development a breeze and reduce the time it takes to deploy a modern web app - Read more ยป
"Vulnerability management for Go" - Goโ€™s new support for vulnerability management is the first step towards helping Go developers learn about known vulnerabilities that may affect them - Read more ยป
"Infrastructure is architecture (with CDK)" - When you are building cloud-native applications, is your architecture truly distinct from your infrastructure? Is SQS considered architecture or infrastructure? Is configuring your API Gateway architecture or infrastructure? - Read more ยป
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Terraformer is CLI tool that generates tf/json and tfstate files based on existing infrastructure (reverse Terraform). Basically, Infrastructure to Code approach - Read more ยป
Kubediff is a CLI tool written in Rust. It's a wrapper around kubectl diff and is supposed to diff one or multiple projects instead of single files against any environment you want, be it docker-desktop, dev, prod - Read more ยป
JSON Crack is a tool that generates graph diagrams from JSON objects. These diagrams are much easier to navigate than the textual format and to make it even more convenient, the tool also allows you to search the nodes - Read more ยป
WindTerm is a quicker and better SSH/Telnet/Serial/Shell/Sftp client for DevOps. The performance comparison of WindTerm and Putty, xterm, Windows Terminal + ssh.exe, iterm2, rxvt, Gnome, etc. shows that WindTerm is far ahead - Read more ยป
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