Running Hugo on AWS using AWS Amplify Aug 5, 2019 After running my Hugo blog on AWS S3 + CloudFront for a few years I’ve dediced to move it to AWS Amplify, following this howto. While the setup on S3 and CloudFront was already simple, provided you deploy some CloudFormation code, this new Amplify method is even less work: You connect your Amplify app to a Github repo, configure some things like SSL certs and DNS, and done. No build pipelines needed, no deployment setup needed, AWS Amplify does it all for me. ...
Nginx-plus as a reverse proxy for Atlassian JIRA Data Center edition Dec 30, 2018 Nginx-plus as a reverse proxy for Atlassian JIRA Data Center edition ...
Another year is almost gone.. this was my 2018 Nov 25, 2018 I haven't posted a single blog post yet this year, so it's time for a catch-up post. ...
Docker nginx container with GeoIp database Oct 15, 2017 This is a Docker nginx container that includes the MaxMind GeoIP Country database. It injects the X-Origin-Country-Code and X-Origin-Country-Name headers into http requests to the backend with the country code of the requester.
Docker PHP container with New Relic Aug 22, 2017 I created a small example Docker container that runs PHP with the New Relic agent installed. The New Relic agent on the Docker host cannot monitor things inside the containers, so we need to install the agent inside each Docker container. ...
Common misconceptions about the public cloud Aug 5, 2017 When I talk to people in other companies I still hear a lot of misconceptions about public clouds works and how you can monitor and control costs. I will try to get rid of the biggest ones in this blog post. ...
My favorite developer tools for OSX Feb 12, 2017 Having the right tools on your computer is the key to work fast and efficient, without having to waste much time on repetitive and boring actions. Here's a list of the current tools I use on my Macbook. ...
Deploying a Hugo website to Amazon S3 using AWS CodeBuild Jan 1, 2017 A month ago I blogged about using Bitbucket Pipelines as a deployment tool to deploy my Hugo website to AWS S3. It was a fully automated setup that deployed a new version of the site every time I pushed a commit to the master branch of the git repo. Lately I’ve been moving more things to AWS, as having everything on AWS makes it easier to integrate stuff, including my Hugo blog. ...
Advanced networking on Amazon Web Services video Dec 22, 2016 Watching talks like this one from AWS reInvent 2016 makes me an even bigger fan of public clouds than I already am. It starts with a simple VPC setup and scales out to a multi-region network setup using a Direct Connect connection, managed AWS services and a few Cisco EC2 instances. You can basically create a multi-region network setup as a single engineer running a few templates and connecting a few services. ...
CloudFormation template for automated EBS volume backups using AWS Lambda and CloudWatch Nov 20, 2016 This is a CloudFormation template that creates a small stack that uses AWS Lambda and CloudWatch to take daily backups of EBS volumes and deletes the snapshots when their retention period has been reached. ...