Colin Panisset

That's a Wrap(up)!

Reflections from AWS re:Invent 2019

James Lewis

Introducing AWS Mousetrap

Introducing AWS Mousetrap: a new AWS-based game that asks you to build the most complex machine possible to perform a trivially simple task

Colin Panisset

Hands On with CodeGuru Reviewer

CodeGuru is a service announced at AWS re:Invent 2019, which aims to bring the power of machine learning to improving the quality of source code. It integrates with either GitHub or AWS CodeCommit to allow it to add comments and annotations to pull requests, flagging and suggesting improvements based on patterns of good practice identified by scanning millions of lines of Amazon source code.

Colin Panisset

AWS re:Invent 2019 keynote recap - Day #2

Following on from Day 1 the Cevo Team have collected the big announcments and thoughts from Andy Jassy’s Tuesday Keynote session

Steve Mactaggart

AWS re:Invent 2019 recap - Day #1

This year, Steve Mactaggart, Colin Panisset and James Lewis are representing Cevo at AWS re:Invent. Here’s a recap from Day 1…

Steve Mactaggart

Migrating your database (admins) to the cloud: planning access and authorisation 101

This blog will focus on the access and authorisation approach for databases in AWS and how this should be of the first things you look at as you migrate databases from on-premises to the cloud.

Tom Bromby

Thoughts on AWS Control Tower

In July 2019, AWS launched Control Tower as a method to provision a new AWS account hierarchy and configuration referred to as a “landing zone”. We took a deep dive on AWS account design and AWS Control Tower to see what it all means.

Trent Hornibrook

AWS APN Ambassador Global Summit Wrap Up

AWS organised the first ever Ambassador Global Summit for the top 50 partner ambassadors to talk about specific roadmap items around various AWS services. Trent Hornibrook, one of Cevo’s AWS APN Ambassadors, attended the Global Summit and gives his thoughts here.

Trent Hornibrook

Full stack serverless CI/CD on AWS with the Serverless Framework - Part 2

In Part 1 of the series, we used the Serverless Framework to describe a full stack serverless application consisting of a JS single-page-app, NodeJS serverless function and NoSQL backend datastore. In this post, we’ll walk through the creation of a continuous integration and delivery pipeline using AWS Developer tooling.

Scott Scovell