Every time I want a cloud managed message queue, I would look at AWS SQS service. It’s simple. Create a SQS queue, get the HTTP endpoint for the queue, start posting the messages using any HTTP client like curl. This time I made up my mind to give GCP’s counterpart a try.
Trying to get Route53 logs from Cloudtrail can be tedious. This blog post discusses on how to get them with the help of AWS Athena.
You don’t know what you got until it’s gone. And unfortunately it’s the same with data. Backup before it’s too late.
Checkout this article to know more on how to backup and restore ElasticSearch data with the help of GCS buckets.
Recently I came across multiple AWS S3 buckets with directory listing enabled. The content in the buckets ranged from simple images & js files to images of aadhaar ID, PAN cards, etc. Whats the reason ? Security is a non-functional requirement of business. What I have seen so far is that if a developer gets…