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Nicolas Jardot

AWS CLI tips and tricks

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When working with AWS, I would not advice to run all operations through the AWS Console. And it’s not always possible or easy to do it only with pipelines and Infrastructure as Code. Sometimes, we just need to perform the same operations on many instances or we already have an automation based on a script. In those situations, AWS CLI (the command line) can be very handy. I had the chance recently to attend a…

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Jean-Philippe Clapot

dbi services at AWS re:Invent 2021 : day 4

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For my day 3 recap, please jump here. The fourth day has started and I decided to attend a couple of session. Both are not in my direct field of expertise but promised to be very interesting. Network architectures for inbound traffic inspection This by chalk-talk was organized by Alexandra Huides and Tom Adamski, both Senior Architects from AWS. During various phases of an application lifecycle, people want to inspect inbound traffic coming from outer…

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Nicolas Jardot

AWS re:Invent 2021 – 4th day

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On Thursday morning, I attended the keynote Dr Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon. I have the feeling it’s one of the most awaited keynote, Werner Vogels is not just launching new services but also provide a better view on the architecture of the Cloud. The keynote started with a movie about Werner Vogels doing a road trip to Las Vegas. I think I haven’t mentioned it yet but this year is the 10th anniversary of…

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Jean-Philippe Clapot

dbi services at AWS re:Invent 2021 : day 3

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For my day 2 recap, please jump here. Third day started and Las Vegas woke up (or maybe more, never sleeps! 🙂 ! ) Organized every morning by AWS, a breakfast is served in a huge (really huge !) hall of one of the hotel. Logistic management is one of the strengths of Amazon, everything is very well marked, and every attendee must follow the path. No collision, no misunderstanding, being there in a such…

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Nicolas Jardot

AWS re:Invent 2021 – 3rd day

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Time flies, it’s already the 3rd day at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas. As I like to have dedicated time for hands-on I started again the day with another workshop. It’s a lot of knowledge to process daily, when taking the workshop here, AWS provides a temporary account and prepared environments but hopefully most of the workshops can be done on your own accounts later. The topic was the multi-account strategy and how to create/manage…

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Nicolas Jardot

AWS re:Invent 2021 – 2nd day

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The 2nd day in Las Vegas at the AWS re:Invent started by one of the most important keynote. It was the keynote from Adam Selipsky, the new CEO of AWS replacing Andy Jassy who moved to Amazon after leading AWS since 2006. As usual, the keynote is a good opportunity to speak about the past successes and announce new services or products. Adam announced a new generation of the ARM processor built by AWS Graviton3…

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Jean-Philippe Clapot

dbi services at AWS re:Invent 2021 : day 2

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For my day 1 recap, please jump here. For the second day of that conference, I decided first to attend the keynote of Adam Selipsky, CEO of Amazon Web Services. Lots of annoucements as always covering various area and services. For instance : AWS Lake Formation, new Row and cell-level security, transactions for governed tables, a AWS Private 5G service allowing users to create their own private mobile network, a new AWS Mainframe Modernization service,…

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Jean-Philippe Clapot

dbi services at AWS re:Invent 2021 : day 1

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This year, dbi services attends the AWS re:Invent 2021 conference, in Las Vegas. In the current global health situation, this event has a bit of a unexpected flavor as the previous edition was organized virtually. Having in-person such amazing event is very great ! (yes, we even tried to draw the dbi services logo on that chalkboard 😉 ) Across 3 different beautiful and shiny places, numerous events are organized (1447 listed on the catalog…

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Nicolas Jardot

AWS re:Invent 2021 – A busy day to start

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This week, I consider myself lucky I’m working with AWS at customer and at dbi since few years now and I consider myself lucky to attend the conference in person. At re:Invent, there are different types of content so you can adapt your schedule. I personally tried this year to get some diversity, I started the week with a workshop on EKS. As we can imagine, workshop sessions are really the kind of place where…

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Mehdi Bada

Deploy a Kubernetes cluster using Ansible in AWS

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After more than 2 years of experience in Kubernetes cluster administration, I am deeply convinced that one of the most important things to have as an ops guy is a sandbox cluster at your disposal. This can be either a sleeping cluster or a new fresh installation with all your standards replicated on it to perform your series of tests. In this blog post, we consider that you have an AWS account with limited credits,…

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