The following is an excerpt from the chapter on "Managing Permissions with IAM" from the eBook "Stratospheric – From Zero to Production with Spring Boot and AWS" I'm currently writing together with Tom Hombergs and Philip Riecks. You can get the eBook over at Leanpub. Managing Permissions with IAM When deploying applications to a cloud service such as AWS, reliable security concepts are key. After all, we not only want to protect our users' data but also make sure that security within our organization ...Read more
Two weeks ago, we released the second version of our eBook "Stratospheric - From Zero to Production with Spring Boot and AWS". This release contains these new chapters on IAM, local development, and automated deployments:
Managing Permissions with IAM - this chapter gives an overview of the concepts we can use with AWS in order to secure our resources and to authorize both individuals and applications to access them. Local Development Setup - this chapter explains how we can develop our cloud-based Todo application ...Read more
Today is the day!
We released the first version of our eBook "Stratospheric - From Zero to Production with Spring Boot and AWS".
This version contains the following chapters: The Sample Todo Application: The first chapter describes the "The Sample Todo Application" we created as an example for introducing various AWS features, techniques, and best practices. Getting Warm With AWS: After setting up to work with AWS, you'll deploy your first Spring Boot application. No previous AWS knowledge needed! An Overview of AWS Services: This chapter ...Read more
A few weeks ago I announced that together with fellow software developers and tech bloggers Tom Hombergs and Philip Riecks I have been working on a new project called AWS 101 for a few months now. To recap, the basic idea behind that project is to provide software developers and businesses with basic templates, recipes, building blocks, and overall best practices for developing, deploying, and running a Spring Boot application on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Since the "AWS 101" moniker was a bit ...Read more
This past three months I have been working with fellow software developers and tech bloggers Tom Hombergs and Philip Riecks on a new project called AWS 101. So far and for the most part, we've been flying under the radar (the project is developed in the open though, see below) but the time has come to give you a little information about what to expect from this. The basic idea behind AWS 101 is to provide software developers and businesses with basic templates, ...Read more
Microsoft maintains an extensive library of cloud design patterns. Whether you create applications that run on AWS, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform, use platforms such as Heroku or you develop enterprise applications which run on on-premise cloud networks within a corporate intranet, cloud computing becomes ever more crucial to providing business value through software. Hence, it's not only expedient to know about the classic relatively low-level GoF design patterns or Martin Fowler's Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture but about design patterns for ...Read more
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella recently made some interesting points about what he thinks are the core strengths of Microsoft and its competitors Apple and Google. Though I can't really say I particularly like Microsoft products or would use them as a platform or tools for my own products there's some truth to these statements: "Whereas in our case our identity really is about empowering others to build products." "[ ... ] we want to be the tools provider, the platform provider [ ... ]" Google, ...Read more