This week I had the honor to attend The AWS Ambassador Summit held in Seattle from September 19 to 20 2023. It was a thrilling two-day event that brought together AWS ambassadors, partners and AWS leaders to provide insights on what's cooking at AWS.
Recently I have been working on creating a custom lens for the AWS Well-Architected Framework. In this post I'll show you how I used AWS Codepipeline, with a custom Lambda action to manage the lifecycle of a custom lens.
A while ago AWS finally released a set of APIs to manage alternate contacts for your AWS accounts. In this blog, I'll show you how to use them for new and existing accounts using AWS Organizations and Boto3.
Sometimes you need to get some data from your favorite website to use in your project. But what if this website doesn't have an API? In this post, I'll show you how to run Chrome and Selenium in Lambda to run a simple scraper.
This week I'm traveling to Seattle for a very special workshop for the AWS Certification SME program. I've been part of this program for almost 2 years now and in this post I want to share with you why I think it's great and why you should also consider applying.
Once in a while, I like to play video games, but as an occasional gamer, it isn't worth the money to invest in a dedicated gaming rig or brand new PS5. So what do you do as an AWS enthusiast, you build gaming system in AWS. In this post I'll benchmark some GPU-accelerated instances and compare prices to find out what would work best for this purpose.
In the second installment of this series we will continue the build of our Pizza Ordering service. We begin with some contact flows and create a simple Lambda function that will fetch some customer data from our backend system. With that data we can greet our customers with a customized welcome message.
Amazon Connect is a cloud based contact center solution. It's one of those services you might not use on a daily basis, but still is very fun to play with. In this series we will build a self-service pizza ordering service using Amazon Connect.
As introduced in my previous post AWS Outpost brings a lot of new possibilities to extend the reach of the AWS cloud to virtually any location. In this post, I’ll dive a little deeper and show you how to incorporate AWS Outposts in your AWS landing zone design.
Introduced at re:Invent 2019, Outposts is AWS’s take on reinventing hybrid cloud, where AWS delivers, installs and manages the AWS Outposts hardware and service for you. In this blog, I will explain why AWS Outposts is perfect for workloads that need to adhere to regulatory requirements, require local data processing and storage, or low latency connections to your end-customers or other on-premises systems.
In this post I'll continue exploring the AWS Copilot CLI. I will create a simple CI/CD pipeline, using AWS CodePipeline and AWS CodeDeploy and deploy the production environment for the example voting app.