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GitHub - apex/apex: Build, deploy, and manage AWS Lambda functions with ease (with Go support!).

by Krome
Build, deploy, and manage AWS Lambda functions with ease (with Go support!).



by Spone
Configure any server to run Ruby on Rails servers in minutes and without hassle.



How to setup your own private, secure, free* VPN on the Amazon AWS Cloud in 10 minutes by Web Development

by Spone
So, we all know the benefits of using a VPN like privacy, anonymity, unblocking websites, security, overcoming geographical restrictions and so on. However, it has always been hard to trust a VPN provider who could potentially log and intercept your internet traffic! Launching a private VPN server will give us the best of what a VPN truly offers. This guide will walk you through all the steps to running your own VPN server in about 10 minutes.


by jpcaruana
provides infrastructure services designed specifically for Docker. Rancher makes AWS-like functions, such as EBS, VPC, ELB and Security Groups, available and consistent across any servers running locally or in any cloud.

OpenRoss - fast, scalable, on-demand image resizer | Technology on Heels with Lyst Engineering

by Spone
The OpenRoss image proxy service provides a way of serving dynamically resized images from Amazon S3 in a way that is fast, efficient, and auto-scales with traffic.


by Spone
EvaporateJS is a javascript library for directly uploading files from a web browser to AWS S3, using S3's multipart upload.

AWS Tips I Wish I'd Known Before I Started | Notes | W(e)blinks

by Spone
A collection of random tips for Amazon Web Services (AWS) that I wish I'd been told a few years ago, based on what I've learned by building and deploying various applications on AWS.

AWS Tips, Tricks, and Techniques

by Spone
In this post I'll be going over some tips, tricks, and general advice for getting started with Amazon Web Services (AWS).


Why I Dislike EC2

by François Hodierne

EC2's price-to-performance ratio is horrible.

Why I left Heroku, and notes on my new AWS setup |

by Spone
On Friday, we migrated Soundslice from Heroku to direct use of Amazon Web Services (AWS). I'm very, very happy with this change and want to spread the word about how we did it and why you should consider it if you're in a similar position.

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