- IP failover may not sound too difficult at first, attach an elastic network interface (ENI) to your instance and if the server stops responding, detach and re-attach it to next instance with some Lambda -magic. But what if instances are in different AZs?
- In the old days the recipe for hosting your static web content on AWS required you to configure a combination of S3, Cloudfront, IAM, Route53, ACM, WAF ... and even then you wouldn't have CI/CD pipeline until you added bunch of Code* -tools on top of it.
- Over the last several decades it has been a little bit of dreary world for builders...
- I recently found a minor bug (or missing feature if you like) in the flagship product of a global enterprise. Here is the timeline of my ticket ...
If you have been building your immutable infrastructure as code in true agile and devops manner,
you might not paid too much attention to AWS Simple Systems Manager (SSM). But the latest
feature release of Session Manager for Shell Access to EC2 Instances you should
be interested in.