Identifying and resolving security code vulnerabilities using Snyk in AWS CI/CD Pipeline

The majority of companies have embraced open-source software (OSS) at an accelerated rate even when building proprietary applications. Some of the obvious benefits for this shift include transparency, cost, flexibility, and a faster time to market. Snyk’s unique combination of developer-first tooling and best in class security depth enables businesses Read more…

Automating code reviews and application profiling with Amazon CodeGuru

Amazon CodeGuru is a machine learning-based service released during re:Invent 2019 for automated code reviews and application performance recommendations. CodeGuru equips the development teams with the tools to maintain a high bar for coding standards in their software development process. CodeGuru Reviewer helps developers avoid introducing issues that are difficult Read more…

Updated Certification Exam Validates AWS Architect Skills

We are excited to announce a new version of the AWS Certified Solutions Architect — Associate certification exam. This certification validates an individual’s ability to design and deploy well-architected solutions on AWS that meet customer requirements. The new exam version includes updated content across all domains as well as new Read more…

Unit testing IAM policies across multiple accounts

When migrating applications from a development account to a testing or production account, customers often find that AWS IAM policies or Service Control Policies (SCP) for their applications need significant modification to allow the application to deploy and function correctly. This can be a time-consuming process of discovery and remediation Read more…

New Application Manager brings GitOps to Google Kubernetes EngineNew Application Manager brings GitOps to Google Kubernetes EngineProduct ManagerSoftware Engineer

Kubernetes is the de facto standard for managing containerized applications, but developers and app operators often struggle with end-to-end Kubernetes lifecycle management—things like authoring, releasing and managing Kubernetes applications.  To simplify the management of application lifecycle and configuration, today we are launching Application Manager, an application delivery solution delivered as Read more…

Exploring Container Security: Run what you trust; isolate what you don’tExploring Container Security: Run what you trust; isolate what you don’tDirector, Product Management for Kubernetes and AnthosDirector, Product Management, Google Cloud

From vulnerabilities to cryptojacking to well, more cryptojacking, there were plenty of security events to keep container users on their toes throughout 2019. With Kubernetes being used to manage most container-based environments (and increasingly hybrid ones too), it’s no surprise that Forrester Research, in their 2020 predictions, called out the Read more…

Migrating ASP.NET applications to Elastic Beanstalk with Windows Web Application Migration Assistant

This blog post discusses benefits of using AWS Elastic Beanstalk as a business application modernization tool, and walks you through how to use the new Windows Web Application Migration Assistant. Businesses and organizations in all types of industries are migrating their workloads to the Cloud in ever-increasing numbers. Among migrated Read more…

Customizing triggers for AWS CodePipeline with AWS Lambda and Amazon CloudWatch Events

AWS CodePipeline is a fully managed continuous delivery service that helps automate the build, test, and deploy processes of your application. Application owners use CodePipeline to manage releases by configuring “pipeline,” workflow constructs that describe the steps, from source code to deployed application, through which an application progresses as it Read more…

Build ARM-based applications using CodeBuild

AWS CodeBuild has announced support for ARM-based workloads, which will allow you to build and test your software updates natively, without needing to emulate or cross-compile. ARM is a quickly growing platform for application development today and if you rely on emulation and/or cross-compile, the downside is time and reliability. Read more…