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Building a Serverless Slack bot using AWS Lambda, cautiously...

Oliver Berger | Tue, 11 Apr 2017

When scuba diving, a diver has releases on their equipment such that in cases where no alternatives are available, they can ditch heavy gear and swim for the surface. I liken this to the approach teams take to building software, where the diver is the business logic and the equipment is the…

Secure your Serverless project's endpoints with AWS Certificate Manager

Michael Black | Fri, 24 Mar 2017

Here at GorillaStack we've been using LetsEncrypt to issue SSL certificates for custom domains on AWS's API Gateway for all our Serverless projects. While we love this service, securing a custom domain for API Gateway required a time consuming, manual process to be repeated every time a certificate…

AWS Organizations Moves to General Availability - Aids in Cost Management

Oliver Berger | Wed, 22 Mar 2017

Late last month, Amazon graduated AWS Organizations from “preview” status to widespread availability. AWS Organizations caters to individuals and businesses managing multiple AWS accounts, often as a result of company acquisitions or the decentralized, gradual adoption of web services across…
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The AWS Snowball Edge Is Indestructible

Oliver Berger | Tue, 14 Mar 2017

We were all blown away when Amazon announced AWS Snowmobile at re:Invent 2016. I sat there as the truck rolled into the exhibition centre and wondered if it was a marketing gimmick or a legitimate utility that corporations could utilise for physical transfer of data. While Snowmobile took a bunch of…

AWS Lambda Adds IteratorAge Metric for Improved Processing Operations Visibility

Oliver Berger | Thu, 09 Mar 2017

AWS Lambda just got a bit better thanks to IteratorAge. If you’ve ever read the GorillaStack blog, you’re likely well-versed on many of AWS Lambda’s many use cases. Of particular interest in the context of Amazon's latest announcement is the way in which the compute service works in tandem with…

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How we use Slack to dramatically reduce AWS costs & improve security

Chris Ellis | Wed, 28 Dec 2016

Slack is an awesome tool that we love. It makes it easy for teams to communicate with each other and with their automated systems. It can also make a great tool in the management of your AWS infrastructure. Some of you will already be familiar with the term ‘ChatOps’ whereby you make common commands…

Scheduled AWS - DevOps Automation

Oliver Berger | Tue, 13 Dec 2016

At GorillaStack we often get asked about our inspiration for building our product and what drives us to keep releasing featured designed to help DevOps automate and schedule their cloud services. Frankly, we exist to help simplify the day to day task of the DevOps engineer and his workload. Schedule…
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