GoDaddy Web Hoster Moves to AWS Cloud

Amazon Web Services Inc.’s latest win is GoDaddy Inc., an Internet domain registrar/Web hosting company, announcing that it is “all in” with AWS and plans to migrate most of its infrastructure to AWS. GoDaddy is a domain service provider and Web host that specializes in small, independent ventures like personal websites. They have more than 17,000,000 customers worldwide and manage […]

GoDaddy Announces the End of its AWS Alternative

Web hoster GoDaddy is shuttering its Cloud Servers operation, which it launched last year as a small-business-friendly alternative to Amazon Web Services (AWS). GoDaddy announced that it will cease supporting Cloud Servers in a memo sent out to users and posted online at TechCrunch. Bitnami’s apps and images will be removed from GoDaddy’s support starting Nov. 15, 2017. Bitnami was […]

Go Language SDK now in AWS Developer Preview

Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS), has taken another step towards developing an official SDK to support the Go programming language by releasing a developer preview. AWS has released the initial SDK project, which it purchased from another company, in an experimental phase. As the project nears its official release, AWS invites more developers to play with it and give feedback. […]

AWS Certifications can give your cloud career a boost

Are you a cloud professional? AWS certifications are a great way to boost your cloud career. Learn how AWS certifications can help you advance your career. Cloud computing has brought about significant changes in the technology industry. Cloud computing is gaining popularity thanks to PaaS and IaaS solutions. Recent trends in cloud-based jobs have seen a significant increase in IT […]

GitHub Repository Lists AWS Amazingness A GitHub repository aims be your one-stop shop to find everything awesome in the Amazon Web Services Inc.’s (AWS) ecosystem. Awesome AWS is “a curated collection of awesome AWS libraries and open source repos, guides, blogs, and other resources,” according to the site. It was inspired by the “awesome” list, a curated set of awesome lists. Donne Martin, a Washington, D.C. developer, publishes the Awesome AWS repo. The Awesome AWS repo is chock full of resources of all kinds, with lists within lists. These wares are ranked by the Fiery Meter of AWSsome, which assigns fiery stars to the repositories that make it on the list. This list includes SDKs and sample code for more than a dozen languages, IDE toolkits, command-line tools, IDE toolkits, dozens of open source repositories ranging from API Gateway and Machine Learning, and guides and other documentation for programmers. It also includes: KPIs, stats, an appendix with core services; books; training materials; case studies; AWS blogs; community influencers. LinkedIn groups. Conferences. And much more. The site also refers to a “watchlist” of other resources that might be useful additions to awesome-aws. It include eight repos, four AWS services (certificate-manager, lumberyard, gamelift and gamedev) and other resources. Martin stated, “If you find anything here that you can verify, please open a pull request to begin the discussion.” To be eligible for Awesome AWS, potential repos must comply with the project’s “contributing guidelines”.

Repo community-authored with more than 100 stars Community-vouched repo with less than 100 stars Official repo from AWS Labs or AWS Labs Martin stated that “100+ stars for community repos are not a strict requirement. It only serves as a guideline to the initial compilation.” Please submit a pull request if you can vouch that a repo has [less than] […]