This is part one of a three part series that will demonstrate how the Cloudcraft API can be used to programmatically snapshot your AWS applications and workloads. These Image or JSON snapshots may be embedded in your Confluence page, Wiki, or HTML page ensuring readers of your documentation always have an up-to-date solution architecture diagram.continue reading
Andy Jassy, CEO of AWS, proclaimed #DBFreedom, aka use whatever database you like. AWS offers them all. At least, that’s what AWS marketing wants us to understand.continue reading
Despite the Kubernetes and Serverless hypes, the vast majority of cloud workloads still happen on virtual machines. AWS offers the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) service, where you can launch virtual machines (AWS calls them instances). The EC2 service has evolved over 13 years. More performance, lower and less volatile latencies, and easier management are just some of the innovations of the last years. This blog post demonstrates how you can build modern architectures on EC2 and comes with ten tips to avoid the common pitfalls.continue reading
Spring has sprung and that means an updated batch of release notes featuring our latest news and product updates.continue reading →
After analyzing the requirements of your application, you came up with an AWS architecture. Good job! This blog post contains a checklist helping you to validate your architecture. Make sure that you haven’t forgotten any important aspects.Continue Reading →
Release Notes is our monthly update that highlights recent product improvements, new components, instance support changes, and more.
Take a peek at the most recent updates in the Cloudcraft toolkit from February 2020.Continue Reading →