Dear DevOps Abby

How do I get an evangelist to speak at my event?

So, the whole AWS Evangelism team fields a lot of questions around “how do I get you, or another evangelist from your team, so speak at my event?”.  This is a tricky one-  we’d love to come to each and every event out there, but until we find a way to bend the laws of physics/invent teleportation/build […]

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Can I get some help, please?

Today on “Ask AWS Abby”, I’m going to talk about one of my #1 most frequently asked questions:  “how do I get help for my AWS resources?”  There are a ton of options, and I’m not sure everyone is aware of what’s out there.  Let’s look at all of them!     If you have […]

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Getting started with the cloud (and keeping up!)

This week on “Dear AWS Abby”, I talk about how to get started with the cloud, and how I keep up with new AWS announcements.     “If someone’s completely new to cloud computing concepts, where should they start? #askawsabby” —@QuinnyPig This is one that’s kind of personal!  I think everyone has a different way […]

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Certs, structuring clusters, and autoscaling ECS.

Welcome to this week’s edition tof “Ask AWS Abby”!  This week, I’m tackling three more reader questions.  Got a question you want to see answered?  Let me know on Twitter with #askawsabby. Happy building! AWS Abby “Dear AWS Abby, What’s the best way to structure my ECS clusters?” This comes up a lot, from people […]

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My cloud doesn’t love me, and Container CI/CD

As promised, I’m working my way through all your great questions!  Here we go. “Dear AWS Abby, I think my cloud doesn’t like me anymore. It keeps telling me that I’ve reached my limit, and sometimes even goes as far as to tell me to back off. What should I do?” —@miketheman   Oh man. […]

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Welcome to “Ask AWS Abby” (or, congrats! it’s a blog!)

Hi everyone! If you caught my tweet, you might know that I’m going to be an “internet agony aunt”! What’s an agony aunt? It’s someone that gives advice about personal problems. In this case, that means personal internet problems! All things AWS related, even tangentially so, are fair game. That could be things like: “Dear AWS […]

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