Tag Archives: Amazon Web Services

AWS Beanstalk Worker with Node.js and SQS


Part 1 – Setting up an AWS SQS Queue for Use With Node.js Beanstalk Worker Instances Part 2 – Setting up a Hapi.js App that sends work to a Node.js AWS Worker via SQS Part 3 – AWS Beanstalk Worker with Node.js and SQS (This is the current article you’re reading now) First I created a […]

http://compositecode.com/2014/11/19/aws-beanstalk-worker-with-node-js-and-sqs/

Chef 12, Jenkins, and AWS Provisioning – part 1


EDIT: Ok so If you WANT to do this this way that’s totally cool but I would absolutely suggest checking out this better post I recently wrote here. This week I have been testing some new tools in our environment that are really going to be pivotal to our local development workflow as well as […]

http://geekblood.com/2014/12/17/chef-12-jenkins-and-aws-provisioning-part-1/

Create an Amazon EC2 Instance


This is a step by step guide to create an Amazon Web Services – EC2 instance. EC2 stands for Elastic Compute Cloud. Create an account in AWS. It’s free for one year but you need to provide credit card details in oder to register in AWS. Sign in to AWS Management console. Select a […]

https://wedhaya.wordpress.com/2015/02/04/create-an-amazon-ec2-instance/

DocumentDB (Day 5 of 31)


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DocumentDB is a NoSQL Document database offered as a service. It is full managed by Microsoft Azure and is extremely scalable and fast.
It gives us the possibility to store any kind of data. The stored data don’t need to have a specific format or to respect a model predefined. We can store in the same collection, data with different models and formats.

BUILDING AN INEXPENSIVE PETABYTE DATABASE WITH MONGODB AND AMAZON WEB SERVICES: PART 2


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When we left off in the previous post, we’d chosen a goal of building a petabyte MongoDB database, evaluated the options for achieving it, and selected an approach based on Amazon Web Services (AWS) instances using spinning disk.

At least for this pair of posts, we’ll skip details on exactly how we scripted things, and look at what happened.

Build APIs in Node.js and Swagger 2.0 with Apigee-127


Why is Node.js a good choice for building APIs? What is Swagger 2.0 and how can you use it to create your API documentation?

Join Jeff West and Marsh Gardiner for a code and demo-filled session, in which we’ll design an API with Swagger 2.0 and then implement and deploy the API in Node.js on both Apigee and AWS.

We will ‘show the code’ to:
• Build production-grade APIs in Node.js with Apigee-127
• Create API documentation with Swagger 2.0
• Add enterprise capabilities like OAuth, quota, caching, and analytics using NPMs (Node Package Manager)
• Deploy to any PaaS, including Apigee, Amazon AWS, and Heroku

Download slides: slidesha.re/1tgR1eK
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