AWS did it again, this time with Lightsail

I still remember how AWS (Amazon Web Services) re:Invent 2015 conference impressed me. AWS is extremely successful but they keep pushing innovations at us. I played with their smallest EC2 instances couple of times, considering whether or not I want my own server. This year at re:Invent 2016 happening during this week Andy Jassy, CEO… Continue reading AWS did it again, this time with Lightsail

Exploring the cloud with AWS Free Tier (2)

In the first part of this “diary” I found a cloud provider for my developer’s testing needs – Amazon’s AWS. This time we will mention some hiccups one may encounter when doing some basic operations around their EC2 instance. Finally, we will prepare some Docker image for ourselves, although this is not really AWS specific… Continue reading Exploring the cloud with AWS Free Tier (2)

Exploring the cloud with AWS Free Tier (1)

This will not be typical blog post, but rather some kind of a diary. Of course, I’ll try not to write complete nonsense, but as it will be rather exploratory effort it may happen. Sorry. My interest in the cloud is personally-professional. I may use it in my line of work, but I wanted to… Continue reading Exploring the cloud with AWS Free Tier (1)