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. …
Well, at least they were until you read this 😎 We’ll:
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 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:
console.error("Your error message");in your function…
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: