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Christian Petters
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Automated infrastructure deployments with CloudFormation
Wed, Sep 23rd 2015 8:22a   Christian Petters
If you are like me (and many other people in the industry), I am sure you can relate to this: You get your hand on a new toy (like CloudFormation) and just want to get going. Therefore you ignore all the on-line help material that is kindly written and published by a myriad of technical writers. Instead you just ‘borrow’ a number of existing scripts (or templates in this case) from the web and tweak them for your purpose. Until you hit a dead end. Where something doesn’t work a
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Amazon S3 vs. Amazon Glacier: a simple backup strategy in the cloud
Mon, Mar 9th 2015 3:08a   Christian Petters
When you start out to design your first application for the hosting on AWS (Amazon Web Services) you will eventually end up considering your options for the protection of your and your customers’ data against accidental losses. While you may have designed a highly resilient and durable solution, this does not necessarily protected you from administrative mishaps, data corruption or malicious attacks against your system. This can only be mitigated with an effective backup strategy. Thanks




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