Archive for the ‘AWS’ Category

“Severless”

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Every time I use the word "serverless", which is somewhat regularly lately, as we've had a few articles using the term lately and use the concept at CodePen for a variety of things, I get some version of: CMON BRAH YOU'RE STILL USING "SERVERS". And the...

Build a Custom Serverless CMS: Part 2

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In our previous proof-of-concept demo, we built a bare bones admin for generating a web page with the ability to edit some text on the page and set the site title and description. For this next demo, we build on our example and add rich text editing an...

Fully Managed Cloud Hosting

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Do you have a client that requires absolutely zero downtime? How about any sites that have unpredictable traffic? Welcome spikes in visitors that can happen anytime, but can be a big problem for web servers. You should look at Fully Managed Cloud Host...

Build a Custom CMS for a Serverless Static Site Generator

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Static Site Website Generators have been getting increasingly popular within the last 2 years. Much has been written (like this and this) and there have been many great open source projects and even funded companies launched to help you get up and runn...

Create Serverless Microservices with Node.js and AWS Lambda

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If you've ever wanted to write a web app or API without messing around with the server, Amazon's Lambda might be what you're looking for. AWS is a collection of developer tools that Amazon develops and publicly offers. In this article we will get up a...

Running an Elastic LAMP Stack on AWS

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This article introduces what is probably one of the simplest ways of setting up and running an elastic LAMP stack on the cloud - using Zend Server on AWS. Note: to be clear elastic does not refer to ElasticSearch here. More specifically, the workflow ...