Because we use AWS CDK in some areas, we need to adjust our previous approach based, which is based on the experience. Parametrizing stacks is such a place, and today, we will address that difference.
Okay, so after understanding the bootstrap, testing, and why have chosen TypeScript – it’s time to define our first Construct and understand how to use this foundational element in AWS CDK.
Controversial question? Well, maybe – however, I will try to find an objective answer for that critical question in the following blog post.
Now we need to talk about testability! AWS CDK gives us unique selling points and mechanisms related to testing.
Let’s talk about one very important aspect of the CDK structure: bootstrap. Why we need it, and how CDK works under the hood.
Today, we would like to start building our workshop infrastructure, which includes a dedicated VPC for each participant. VPC sounds hard, right? Let’s see how we can implement it in AWS CDK.
In August 2018, AWS announced that a new kid, called Cloud Development Kit, arrived on the block of Infrastructure as Code. What is it, and how it can help us with a daily struggle with CloudFormation?
Here is unofficial guide on how to prepare to AWS Certified Solutions Architect Professional exam that I have passed recently (01.2020).
This question popped into my mind recently. After several sessions with the AWS CDK, when I worked through typical tasks that we all do as a Cloud Architect/DevOps Engineers on AWS, I realized that in the Infrastructure as Code space, we did not arrive at any breakthrough recently.
Here is unofficial guide on how to prepare to AWS Certified Database Specialty exam that I have passed in the beta version recently (03.2020).