Couple of days ago I’ve stumbled upon interesting tool that may save quite some time for tech-savvy – gauth, a two-factor-authentication CLI tool. Wait, what is two-factor authentication? Two-factor authentication (2FA) — also known as[…]
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One of the goals that my colleagues and I emphasis when implementing DevOps best-practices is seamless CI-CD process. While some AWS services are bundled with deployment strategies out-of-the-box, sometimes, we want to be agnostic to[…]
When it comes to Infrastructure-as-a-code, Terraform has emerged as the clear winner among other platforms, especially when comparing it to its prime competitor – good ‘ol AWS CloudFormation (Sorry Jeff… :)). This open-source project has[…]
Terraform has been a great tool for me to maintain infrastructure as a code (IaC). In fact, 90% of our current environment infrastructure is provisioned via Terraform. Lately, I’ve stumbled upon a challenging case: How[…]
Several days ago I’ve experienced an unpleasant situation where I was locked out of my WordPress admin page due to a bug / misconfiguration in Google Captcha (reCAPTCHA) by BestWebSof. Each time I tried to login[…]
As the size of data in our world continues to grow, we will increasingly have to deal with data that that doesn’t fit into memory (a constraining factor for those using R/Python). While one solution[…]
The following is a soup to nuts walkthrough of how to set up and deploy a Django application to Amazon Web Services (AWS) all while remaining sane. Tools/technologies used: Python v2.7.8 Django v1.7 Amazon Elastic[…]