Author: Sujay

How To Reduce Your AWS Cloud Cost

How To Reduce Your AWS Cloud Cost?

When the bills from your cloud service provider kick in, we regret the services we subscribed to and used only once in a while. Even a cheaper looking service adds up to the pile of bill money we ought to pay at the end of the day or month. This happens 70% of the time when you or your organization pays for the services barely used. There should be a system that allows us to track and optimize our bills and resource utilization so that we won't spend a single penny on the resources we did not use.

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HIPAA Compliance

A Practical Guide To Achieving HIPAA Compliance In AWS

We all are concerned with maintaining security and data protection. That being said, cloud compliance enforces the laws and regulations governing data security and privacy. This step can be seen as a revolutionary volcano erupting to destroy or minimize the cyber-crimes and breaches, costing millions of dollars and customer credentials! Various cloud service providers like

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AWS Events and Changes You Should Track For Your AWS Account Security and Operational Excellence

AWS CloudTrail service captures and publishes every action taken or change performed across any other AWS services. These changes could come as a result of Console use by a user An application running it’s code A SaaS partner using assume role running/ accessing some API in your account An event trigger another component (e.g.File got

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A detailed guide on deploying a web application on Google Cloud Run

We love Google Cloud Run. We deployed the "Checklist" app on Google Cloud Run. Here's is a list of steps that we followed to deploy this Rails app on Google Cloud Run.

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A Complete Developer’s Guide to Single Sign On (SSO) For Enterprise Applications

This in depth guide is written for Developers and Operators to demystify role of SSO, Oauth, SAML, IDP and various providers like Okta, OneLogin, Auth0, Ping Identity etc.

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WordPress installation on a subdirectory of an existing app (Ruby On Rails)

We didn’t want our blog to be on but instead the way it’s right now The web application is primarily a Ruby On Rails application hosted on Google Cloud. We wanted a WordPress site as a subdirectory to an existing web application which was running on a different tech stack (Rails) and

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