On Saturday, I posted my guide on Scoring A+ for Security Headers in Django, following my talk at DjangoCon Europe.
I thought it would be a good idea to step up and make my own site score A+, rather than a dismal F! My site isn’t built in Django, but as a Jekyll static site.
It’s hosted on AWS S3 and CloudFront.
On Thursday I gave a workshop at DjangoCon Europe on deploying a Django application on AWS Lambda.
I gave participants a Git repository to clone and temporary AWS keys to individual, restricted IAM users on my Workshops AWS account.
I’m working with CloudFormation a lot these days, both at Time Out and for deploying this blog and some other scripts I run on AWS Lambda.
This is a problem I've seen several times over the past few years.
AWS just announced Amazon H3 (the Highly Hospitable Hotel), available now in
us-east-1 and coming years later to the region you actually use.
They’re leveraging all the infrastructure they have built for their data centres to create a new style of ‘pay as you go’ hotel.
Here are some of the features and pricing schemes available at launch:
I gave a talk at the recent London Ansible Meetup on how I cleared up unexplained nameless/‘anonymous’ EC2 instances from our AWS account at YPlan.
This is the blog post version of that talk, so you can follow along and stop such instances appearing on your account and sapping money!