This interesting, as the whole serverless idea catches on.
As part of our ongoing plan to expand the AWS footprint, I am happy to announce that our new US East (Ohio) Region is now available. In conjunction with the existing US East (Northern Virginia) Region, AWS customers in the Eastern part of the United States have fast, low-latency access to the suite of AWS infrastructure services.
Low latency to US East (Virginia) should provide an opportunity to try out some cross region experimentation to work on fault tolerance and high availability.
GPO sends 3 websites to the cloud http://fedscoop.com/gpo-sends-3-websites-to-the-cloud
Using AWS Lambda for cheap S3 content processing | docs.scanii.com http://docs.scanii.com/articles/aws-lambda-for-cUsingheap-s3-content-processing.html
6 creative uses for ownCloud | Opensource.com https://opensource.com/life/15/12/6-creative-ways-use-owncloud
Spin up a Docker dev/test environment in 60 minutes or less – Blog – Joyent https://www.joyent.com/blog/spin-up-a-docker-dev-test-environment-in-60-minutes-or-less
We’ve developed cloud.gov, a Platform-as-a-Service (Paas), to tackle core infrastructure issues and enable our small development teams to improve the delivery of 18F products.
AWS Key Management Service (KMS) is a managed service that makes it easy for you to create and control the encryption keys used to encrypt your data, and uses Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) to protect the security of your keys. AWS Key Management Service is integrated with other AWS services including Amazon EBS, Amazon S3, Amazon RDS, Amazon Redshift, Amazon Elastic Transcoder, and Amazon WorkMail. AWS Key Management Service is also integrated with AWS CloudTrail to provide you with logs of all key usage to help meet your regulatory and compliance needs.
Looks like something we should be taking advantage of to manage or keys.
Sounds like a good weekend project.