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Category: Open Source

Serverless_AWS Solutions

Deploying Code Faster with Serverless Framework and AWS Service Catalog

Serverless Framework is an open source project and popular choice for many AWS customers who wish to quickly construct and deploy serverless applications. For developers and operations professionals, Serverless Framework builds, packages, and deploys code with one simple command. Learn about a solution that GoDaddy and AWS jointly developed leveraging Serverless Framework to expedite and simplify the code deployment process.

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WhiteSource_AWS Solutions

How to Bake Open Source Security into Your AWS CodeBuild Pipeline

Managing open source vulnerabilities can be challenging, especially at scale in a fast-moving continuous integration pipeline. Developers and DevOps professionals depend on CI pipeline tools like AWS CodeBuild to help them develop and test software at a breakneck pace, pushing out new software with greater efficiency and flexibility. In this post, learn how to integrate WhiteSource into CodeBuild pipeline to fuse open source security into existing build processes without having to compromise on speed or agility.

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Deploying a High-Volume Application on AWS with Kubernetes

Learn how Mission Cloud Services helped Your Call Football (YCF) scale their application by building out the infrastructure as code, determining the right instance type for the job, prepping the load balancers, and employing Amazon EKS. By leveraging Kubernetes to optimize the speed and performance of YCF’s cloud environment, the app successfully provides thousands of football fans with a fun, unique, and issue-free gaming experience—all in real-time.

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Live Patching Linux Kernel Vulnerabilities with AWS and KernelCare

Automatic software patching is not yet seen as a security benefit, even though out-of-date software is the cause of many recent cybersecurity failures. As companies and their staff become more security-aware and, in some cases, legally accountable for security breaches, system administrators are starting to see automated Linux kernel live patching as the missing link in their system security profiles. Despite the disadvantages, a system with live patching is safer than one without.

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AWS Lambda

AWS Lambda Custom Runtime for PHP: A Practical Example

The new AWS Lambda runtime API and layers capabilities give us the ability to build a clean, supportable implementation of PHP on Lambda of our own. We’ll take a brief look at the overall workflow and runtime lifecycle, and then show you one way to build a PHP runtime to start powering your PHP applications on AWS Lambda. Not a PHP developer? You can adapt the examples in this guide to build a custom runtime in your language of choice.

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AWS DevOps

AWS Service Broker: Bridging the Gulf Between On-Premises and AWS

The AWS Service Broker is a new open source project that allows APN Partners to integrate AWS services directly into their solutions. Customers can then deploy AWS services without leaving the application platform of choice. Built around the industry standard Open Service Broker API, the AWS Service Broker can be seamlessly integrated with any platform which has adopted the API specification. Currently, the AWS Service Broker supports 10 native AWS services with more to be added in the near future.

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