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Category: Amazon Elastic Container Service

Implement a CI/CD pipeline for Ethereum smart contract development on AWS – Part 2

This post discusses the implementation details of an Ethereum smart contract CI/CD pipeline as outlined in a previous post, which is considered a prerequisite to the topics discussed in this post. Part 1 highlighted some of the challenges faced by a multi-developer team implementing a decentralized application (dApp) and how CI/CD can help address those […]

Deploy a containerized application with Amazon ECS and connect to Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) securely

Deploying containerized applications with cloud database services can involve many manual steps, such as configuring networks and securing database connections from the applications. To simplify development and deployment, you can use infrastructure as code (IaC) to build, configure, deploy, and scale containerized applications automatically. In this post, I show you how to use IaC concepts […]

Build microservices using Amazon Keyspaces and Amazon Elastic Container Service

In this post, we walk you through an example of how you can use Amazon Keyspaces (for Apache Cassandra) with Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) to modernize your existing Cassandra workloads. These services use open standards that allow customers to migrate their existing workloads to take advantage of these services’ fully managed capabilities and […]

Build with Redis data structures for microservices using Amazon MemoryDB for Redis and Amazon ECS

Microservices architectures provide development teams a mechanism to reduce time to market, and enable hyper-scaling of business-critical applications. They also provide the flexibility to make technology decisions best suited for the needs of each service. This includes the selection of a purpose-built database to store and retrieve data in a highly scalable and efficient manner. […]