After many happy customers in production 😎, a lot of them in the US health sector where infrastructure is frequently reviewed against security & compliance standards like HIPAA/HITRUST, I just end up with an AWS CDK App Template that you now can also reuse to provision AWS resources based on AWS best practices for high availability and security in a safe and repeatable manner by relying on Infrastructure as a Code (IaC) through AWS CDK.

Integration tests are valuable, they are different than unit tests and much more difficult to get to approach the ideal state especially if you are using a real database (and not an InMemory one).

Well, at least they were until you read this 😎 We’ll:

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In the last 2 years only, I successfully own/lead 4+ software product deliveries, mostly for the US health sector running in AWS. I also help to compile security & compliance reports. Software products in the US health sector, especially when Protected Health Information (PHI) is present, is frequently reviewed against security & compliance standards like HIPAA/HITRUST, but, practically speaking, I find it hard to have all developers be fully aware of 100+ pdf documents and other security & compliance best practices so I decided to create a simple “Security & Compliance checklist” that prove to be more effective.

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Security & Compliance checklist — AWS


One of my clients whose application runs on AWS had no Continuous Integration (CI). When we decide to use Continous Delivery (CD) for a new NET Core 3.x Web API, it was important that we do it using AWS tools/services as much as possible as this will make their life easier: no new accounts like Azure DevOps need to be managed, they can control access in a single place (AWS IAM), and so on.

Looking at AWS offering, we opted for:

In case you’re using the AWS Amplify framework, you may want to proactively monitor your app especially if you’re doing something for being used by others. By proactively monitor, I mean:

Intro — Data lake in AWS is more than just dumping data into S3

At some point in time, you might want to create a data lake and, like me, you might want/need to use AWS. As you may know, a data lake:

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