06Jun

7 Important Steps Towards a Successful Software Launch

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If you’re launching any new software within today’s competitive market, you need to get it right. Period. Numerous factors must come together for a successful launch. But worry not! Since we’re are a spin-off from a 20+ years old software company, we’ve got some insight for you. Here are the 7 areas you’d need to […]
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14May

Deploying LAMP in AWS Part 1: Create Fresh OS & LAMP Image

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Introduction Amazon cloud services boast one of the most reliable and cost-effective cloud computing services in the world. Coupled with its security and many cloud products, it is very enticing to developers. Amazon EC2 referred to us as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud is a web service that provides a secure and scalable compute allocation in the […]
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22Apr

Nagios Monitoring of AWS EC2 Windows Instance.

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Overview Nagios is a free, cross-platform, open source monitoring application for systems, networks & infrastructures. Nagios provides complete monitoring of Amazon Web Services. Various Nagios plugins are available that can be used to monitor resources in AWS. They can be customized to suit your needs. The article covers how to deploy a Nagios Virtual Appliance […]
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13Apr

Performance Testing With AWS Lambda

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Getting started The first thing we have to do is to create an AWS account – once you do this your account is subscribed to all services in AWS, but you are only charged for the services you use and then create an administrator user in your account. Next thing while still here is to […]
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02Apr

Load testing with master-slave Locust lab in AWS

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Load testing with master-slave Locust in AWS   Introduction Locust is an open source load testing tool used to help developers find out how many concurrent users a website or system can handle without crashing. Locust needs a python in order to run so you need to have installed python and its packages that is […]
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30Mar

JMeter vs Locust – what should I use to load-test my application in the cloud

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Introduction   Cloud computing refers to delivery of computing services by cloud providers over the internet. These services include but not limited to servers, storage, databases, software. Users of cloud computing are ideally charged a fee for the services provided. Uses of cloud computing Some areas that one can use cloud computing include emailing services, […]
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18Mar

Best Practices for Securing your AWS Infrastructure

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We all know the incident that happened to Code Spaces last 2014. The attack was one of the many instances wherein a secured code-hosting service provider was breached by an attacker. Despite Code Spaces’ attempt to stop the hackers, they we’re not able to secure their database. This resulted in the deletion of Code Spaces’ […]
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24Feb

First Steps in CI/CD

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First Steps in CI/CD   The introduction of continuous integration and continuous development into DevOps has significantly impacted the way developers and testers alike ship software. Considering how complicated it is to develop and release a software that’s bug-free, CI/CD allow developers to review their code on a faster and more consistent pace. With a […]
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18Feb

How to Prepare for a Web Application Penetration Test

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How to Prepare for a Web Application Penetration Test     A website’s security is among the top priorities that web developers work on. They always look for vulnerabilities and bugs in the system – and a penetration test can help them do that. A web application penetration test, simply known as a pen test, […]
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