Articles tagged with "S3"

Serverless Spy Vs Spy Chapter 1: X-ray

There are several ways to perform espionage activities in the life of a serverless app, which all battle for your attention. Time for the advent of counterintelligence: We want answers! - And CDK/Source examples of how to use it! Here we go, Serverless spy vs spy in four chapters, each post published after you light the next candle.

Secure Backup Solution for OnPremises and Hybrid Environments

With current ransomware attacks it is important to have a reliable backup strategie in place. With Veeam Backup & Replication you are able to backup your on-premises and hybrid environments and extend your storage solution with AWS Cloud capabilities to increase capacity and archiving storage with AWS S3 service.

S3 Cross Account Adventures

Update October 2020 AWS has finally added a feature to solve our problem, now all that’s missing is CloudFormation support :-) Amazon S3 Object Ownership is available to enable bucket owners to automatically assume ownership of objects uploaded to their buckets In the process of building a data lake in a multi-account environment, we encountered a problem that didn’t fit into our existing mental model of how S3 and S3 cross account permissions work.

Building a static website with Hugo and the CDK

Building a static website with Hugo and the CDK If you ever wanted to host your personal website or blog on AWS this article is right for you. We’re going to build a static website with Hugo, CodeBuild and CodePipeline and host it using CloudFront and S3. We will set up everything you need to build and deploy new versions of the Website.

The case of the missing bucket notifications

The case of the missing bucket notifications A few days ago I was trying to do something quite simple. I wanted to send S3 Put-Events to multiple Lambda functions for processing. This is a pretty common pattern. To implement it you have to use an architecture such as the one you can see in the title image above. This is because S3 has a limit on the event handlers (notification targets) per event type of exactly one.