There will always be circumstances where you will want to run a site-to-site VPN setup with AWS. You may have private resources (not Internet facing) within AWS that you need to access in a secure manner from an on-prem or home network. Continue Reading
AWS announced the latest M6g instances in December 2019. These feature Arm-powered Graviton2 processors, as well as fully encrypted DDR4 memory. Arm processors are everywhere in terms of mobile devices, and my favourite Raspberry Pi computers, but have not traditionally been featured within the cloud. This is changing.
With M6g now Generally Available, I decided to take a closer look for myself. How easy would it be to get going? What peformance would I find? Continue Reading
AWS Savings Plans were launched just over a month ago now. They are essentially being pitched as “Reservations, but easier”. In both cases, pre-pay for your compute capacity and unlock discounts for doing so. Here, I present my thoughts on this, coming from an Enterprise AWS background. Continue Reading
re:Invent is a complete whirlwind due to there being so many options for things to do over the week. This post is highlighting the breakout sessions that I took in (and a few I had to catch up on afterwards, due to adhoc meeting conflicts). Continue Reading
I was recently invited by CloudHealth to present at the AWS Summit London. This was a dive into the lessons learned at StepStone in implementing a Cloud Centre of Excellence – coming from having nothing in AWS to it now… Continue Reading
I got the chance to take in a good selection of sessions at Amazon’s recent re:Invent conference. Here are the ones that I particularly enjoyed and recommend! Continue Reading