For those of you looking to set up applications to run on EC2 instances without having to put credentials on the machines, there is an option. AWS has a great feature for exactly this purpose, and it’s called IAM Instance … Continue reading
Let’s say your TravisCI file is cluttering up due to having too many shell / bash commands in the “.travis.yml” file and you’ve decided to move the commands out to a separate shell script. Now, you’ll want to get export/return … Continue reading
Well, if you’re part of an organization that does not do Agile (Scrum or not), OR an organization that’s in a transformation towards it, OR in an organization that already does Agile but you’re new and do not know what … Continue reading
Do you want to find out the public IP address of your private instances (those in a private VPC subnet) but don’t know how? An easy way to do this would be to just do a “whatsmyip” equivalent on the … Continue reading
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If you’re trying to use Travis CI and Ansible playbooks to spin up and configure instances on AWS, you’ll want to do things at some point: Configure instances on private subnets with Ansible via bastion host Secure the said Bastion … Continue reading
If the defrost timer on your fridge is a mechanical timer (works like a wall clock, and ticks annoyingly), then sometime or the other you’ll have this thing fail on you. Ours did, but I wanted to be sure it … Continue reading
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I was writing a script the other day that required having to find out the last day of a month in a future month again generated by the script. I searched online for solutions but most of them were based … Continue reading