CapitalOne’s data breach isn’t their fault, but they could have done more than they did to prevent it.
After my blistering CloudWatch critique last year, I realized I may have left one off: AWS listens, and often fixes shortcomings without fanfare. As it turns out, my critique has not aged well.
A whirlwind tour of the service releases from the 2019 AWS New York Summit.
Many cost optimization companies will talk about right-sizing instances or VMs as if it were trivial. Many companies have no idea about what they speak.
The internet lost its mind when it came out that Lyft is paying AWS $300 million dollars. I’ve got four reasons for you why they’re smart to do it.
When it comes to running MySQL or PostgreSQL on top of AWS, you’ve got three realistic options to choose from. Let’s figure out what works best for you.