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How To Build Strong Security Guardrails in the AWS Cloud With Minimal Effort

Misconfigurations are the number one security concern in the cloud. Guardrails can help you prevent misconfigurations from happening. This talk shows …

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How To Run Just One Container With AWS App Runner…Hopefully

As a new user in the AWS Cloud, is AWS App Runner the service that’ll get your one container up and running quickly? This post explores that …

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How a New User Can Run Just One Container in the AWS Cloud…Maybe

As a new user in the AWS Cloud, what does it take to get one container up and running? What service do you user? How many steps are there? This post …

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What AWS re:Inforce 2021 Means for Cloud Security…and Cybersecurity in General

The second installment of AWS re:Inforce was entirely virtual and gave a great view of the state of security in the AWS Cloud. Here’s what the …

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Top Recommendations for Working with IAM from Our AWS Heroes – Part 4: Available Permissions and User Identity

AWS IAM has been going strong for 10 years! To celebrate the anniversay, this four part series by various AWS Heroes, highlights some key features of …

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Ten Years of Cloud Security

The AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) service turns 10 years old today. While it’s a fantastic service that keeps adding features, it …

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AWS re:Invent 2020, Week Three

Week three of three (!) for AWS re:Invent 2020 kicks off and this post will be my “live blog” for the week. Check back often for …

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Mistakes Were Made. Lessons Were Learned

There’s always more than one way to solve a problem. That’s a big advantage of AWS, but it can also be overwhelming to deal with. You will make …

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AWS re:Invent 2020, Week Two

Week two of three for AWS re:Invent 2020 kicks off and this post will be my “live blog” for the week. It will be neither …

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Building Event Driven Applications With Amazon EventBridge

Amazon EventBridge helps build loosely coupled applications that scale independently and makes it easier to integrate cloud-based applications and …

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Security Best Practices the AWS Well Architected Way

As you continually evolve your use of AWS products and services, it’s important to consider ways to improve your security posture and take advantage …

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Monitoring Production Services at Amazon

To operate services, Amazon relies on having high-fidelity visibility into how its systems behave and the user experience, whether that’s using AWS …

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Andy Jassy Keynote, AWS Re:Invent 2020

Coverage of the keynote of AWS re:Invent 2020 where Andy Jassy delivers new services, features, and more.

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AWS re:Invent 2020, Week One

Week one of three for AWS re:Invent 2020 kicks off and this post will be my “live blog” for the week. Check back often for reactions, …

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AWS Re:Invent 2020

AWS re:Invent is always jam packed with new content. This post is a road map for my content during this three week virtual event.

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AWS re:Invent Hot Takes

AWS launches a mountain of new features leading up to and during AWS re:Invent. Here’s the list of announcements for 2020 and my perspective on …

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The Ultimate Guide to AWS re:Invent 2020

AWS re:Invent is the best conference in cloud. This post lays out what you need to know to get the most out of the 2020 edition of this amazing event.

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2020 AWS re:Invent Ultimate Guide

AWS re:Invent is the best conference in cloud. This year it’s an entirely virtual experience spread over 3 weeks. This post will help you get …

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Applying the Well-Architected Framework, Small Edition

The Well-Architected Framework is a set of principles that can help you find the ideal build for the problem at hand…regardless of the size of …

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All Things AWS re:Invent 2019

AWS re:Invent is the biggest and most exciting conference in cloud. Follow AWS Community Hero @marknca for all of the latest leading up to and during …

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Strong Security Made Simple

Organizations struggle with extending their security practices to the cloud. Traditional approaches don’t work, and new cloud-only practices duplicate …

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Road to re:Invent - AWS Machine Learning

AWS has recently explored with great machine learning services. From the core building blocks to services design to teach you techniques to simple …

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Road to re:Invent - AWS Compute

AWS offers a number of services it labels as “compute”. What are they? How do you pick one that makes sense for your workload? How are …

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Road to re:Invent - Amazon DynamoDB Redemption

Amazon DynamoDB is an exciting database services. It’s a cloud-native, NoSQL offering that is lightning quick and scales seamlessly. However, if …

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Road to re:Invent - AWS Databases

AWS offers a wide range of databases but making sense of these services can be tricky. In this live stream, we explore these data services and why you …

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Road to re:Invent - Mistakes and Misconfigurations

Mistakes happen. Even after taking steps to restrict permissions and setup systems, builders will make misconfigurations and mistakes. This stream …

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Road to re:Invent - Reserved Seating Opening

AWS re:Invent is absolutely massive. The only way to keep things somewhat organized is to use a reserved seating system for sessions. That system …

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Road to re:Invent - What Is Serverless

Serverless is hot right now, but are we all talking about the same thing? In this live stream, we dive into what serverless is, why it’s a big …

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Advanced Security Automation Made Simple

Security is often misunderstood and addressed in the last stages of a build. Operationally, it’s ignored until there is an emergency. In this talk, we …

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Road to re:Invent - Amazon Athena and Quicksight

Amazon Athena lets you treat files in Amazon S3 like they were a database. That doesn’t sound too cool until you realize the possibilities: data …

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Road to re:Invent - Amazon S3

Amazon S3 was one of the first AWS services and it continues to be the cornerstone of the AWS Cloud today. This stream covers the basics of the …

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Road to re:Invent - The Shared Responsibility Model

The Shared Responsibility Model governs how operations (which security is a part of) work in the cloud. In this live stream, we explore the realities …

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Road to re:Invent - Intro to the Aws Cli

Don’t be afraid of the command line (CLI), it’s insanely useful. This live stream explores those uses and shows you how to use the AWS CLI …

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Road to re:Invent - Intro to AWS Lambda

AWS Lambda is probably the most talked about service in the entire AWS Cloud. It lets you run your code based on various triggers with almost no …

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Road to re:Invent - Kick Off

AWS re:Invent 2019 is going to be HUGE. Mark will be conducting a series of live streams and publishing a ton of content leading up to the show in …

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The Ultimate Guide to AWS re:Invent 2019

AWS re:Invent is the best conference in cloud. This post lays out what you need to know to get the most out of the 2019 edition of this amazing event.

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Serverless Is An Ops Model

Serverless architectures are a fantastic solution to a lot—not all—design challenge. The benefits they bring are substantial and they can reduce the …

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Cloud Costs & Security

A recent survey from RightScale showed a lot of confusion around cloud computing costs. The common take away? Organizations are surprised at how high …

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Delivering Information With Context

After a jam packed AWS re:Invent 2018, I’ve been thinking about how to deliver information to an audience. One of the challenges is delivering …

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The Ultimate Guide to AWS re:Invent 2018

AWS re:Invent is the best conference in cloud. This post lays out what you need to know to get the most out of the 2018 edition of this amazing event.

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AWS San Francisco Summit 2018 Recap

All the news and notes from the 2018 AWS Summit in San Francisco

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Python Extension Modules in Aws Lambda

AWS Lambda is a fantastic way to connect various distinct pieces in the cloud. Python is an easily accessible language that makes that work simple. …

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The Ultimate Guide to Your First AWS re:Invent

AWS re:Invent is the best conference in cloud. This post lays out what you need to know to get the most out of your first time at this amazing show.

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5 Ways To Get The Most Out Of AWS re:Invent 2016

AWS re:Invent is the best conference in cloud. This post gives you the top five things to focus on to get the most out of the 2016 edition.

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5 Ways To Get The Most Out Of AWS re:Invent 2015

AWS re:Invent is the best conference in cloud. This post gives you the top five things to focus on to get the most out of the 2015 edition.

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Exploring AWS Lambda

Great content from @marknca

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Shared Responsibility Examples: Shellshock

The shared responsibility model defines how the cloud works. This post examines how Shellshock impacts that model.

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Shared Responsibility Examples: POODLE

Recent vulnerability “POODLE” demonstrates how the shared responsibility model helps reduce your security workload.

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Shared Responsibility Examples: The Re:Boot

The shared responsibility model is simple to explain but challenging to implement. This post examines how the models works for the latest Xen …

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AWS Expands to Frankfurt

AWS continues to expand it’s global network with the opening of a new region in Frankfurt, Germany.

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AWS Summit San Francisco 2014

As AWS opened their summit series for 2014, 5000+ people packed into the Moscone Center. There was a ton of energy in the air and I got to talk about …