Automating bucketing of streaming data using Amazon Athena and AWS Lambda

By Dustin Ward

Amazon Web Services FeedAutomating bucketing of streaming data using Amazon Athena and AWS Lambda In today’s world, data plays a vital role in helping businesses understand and improve their processes and services to reduce cost. You can use several tools to gain insights from your data, such as Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics or open-source frameworks…

How to add DNS filtering to your NAT instance with Squid

By Dustin Ward

Amazon Web Services FeedHow to add DNS filtering to your NAT instance with Squid September 23, 2020: The squid configuration file in this blog post and associated YAML template have been updated. September 4, 2019: We’ve updated this blog post, initially published on January 26, 2016. Major changes include: support of Amazon Linux 2, no…

Improving security as part of accelerated data center migrations

By Dustin Ward

Amazon Web Services FeedImproving security as part of accelerated data center migrations Approached correctly, cloud migrations are a great opportunity to improve the security and stability of your applications. Many organizations are looking for guidance on how to meet their security requirements while moving at the speed that the cloud enables. They often try to…

Architecture Patterns for Red Hat OpenShift on AWS

By Dustin Ward

Amazon Web Services FeedArchitecture Patterns for Red Hat OpenShift on AWS Editor’s note: Although this blog post and its accompanying code make use of the word “Master,” Red Hat is making open source code more inclusive by eradicating “problematic language.” Read more about this. Introduction Red Hat OpenShift is an application platform that provides customers…