This article primarily focuses on establishing connectivity between Guitar Pro and a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) by using a virtual MIDI loop device as a conduit for transferring MIDI data between the two programs. …
This article provides an approach to streaming query output from RDS Postgres to an S3 CSV file via a NodeJs Lambda function.
Alternatives to removing the function’s dependency on…
Testing of playbooks for AWS deployments can be a challenge for an application developer. Within controlled environments, playbooks are generally executed via workflows/pipelines managed by DevOps teams.
What follows is a walkthrough outlining the steps involved in implementing AWS cross-account access to an encrypted S3 bucket.
The following is a summary which describes the scenario used for the walkthrough:
In a previous post, I documented learnings from setting up a local Devops environment.
This article aims to apply a potential use-case for this environment by including support for Terraform. The following overview of the goals to be achieved should help you in deciding whether to read on:
If you’ve worked with Localstack for mock AWS testing, then chances are most of the interactions with the stack have been via the AWS CLI or an SDK. Localstack’s Community Edition does not currently offer an official web-based UI, however, this feature is offered in Pro and Enterprise versions.
Localstack has become popular in the DevOps and AWS local testing space.
I was looking to gain some basic experience with Terraform Cloud and using Localstack as the AWS provider with minimal or no firewall/router configuration changes. To achieve this would require localhost be accessible from the Internet.
If you’ve interfaced with Devops teams, chances are that you’re well aware of tools used to manage infrastructure and application releases. Serverless holds a place on this long list.
Having worked with AWS, I became interested in exploring how Serverless fits into this space. This article outlines the learnings from…
As of now, Google has yet to release an official backup/sync client for Linux, and as a frequent WSL2 user, I was after a solution that would allow automated backups to Google drive from the WSL2 Linux file system/distro.
I’m a big fan of both Windows & Linux, and the…
The inspiration for writing this article came after reading the following on Airflow extensibility using