Now that we’ve become remote workers by default, it’s no surprise that many teams are turning to Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solutions to provide centralised, managed desktop experiences for day to day applications. But what if you don’t need a full desktop experience and, instead, just need to provide access to a single application (or a few pre-defined applications)?
SageMaker Studio was announced at AWS re:Invent 2019, as a web-based IDE for working with Machine Learning models. It incorporates the other SageMaker components also released at the same time: AutoPilot, Debugger, Model Monitor, and Notebooks.
GCP Service Accounts provide a simple way to acquire and use AWS IAM Role-based credentials, if you know how…and this post shows you!
Have you wanted to get started with pipeline as code, but don’t have a CI/CD server? Want to do more with Docker than just putting code into containers? This post is for you
Using CloudFront and Lambda@Edge to allow password-protection of static website content hosted in S3
Hosting static websites in S3 is a well-understood domain; but what happens when you want to password-protect it? It’s a static website – there’s no webserver, so you can’t do password-based access control. Or can you? Read on to learn how.