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DeepRacer: our journey to the top ten!

Scritto da beSharp - 18 June 2019

In the last few years, Las Vegas has become the reference point for AWS Cloud events. We have seen first-hand re:Invent grow from 6,000 participants in 2012 to over 40,000 last year. An immense event, in which it has become difficult to simply choose the sessions in which to participate! It must also be for this […]


Turning monoliths into microservices: tips and tricks

Scritto da beSharp - 7 June 2019

In the first article of our 3 part journey on how to break down a Monolithic application we have started talking about the advantages of a distributed application composed of microservices over a monolithic one. In this second part, we will start approaching techniques and tips to help you overcome the migration process in a […]


Amazon Alexa: Anatomy of a Skill

Scritto da beSharp - 31 May 2019

How many of you have an Alexa-enabled device or a voice assistant? These devices create a way of interacting with services and applications that are completely different from what we are used to. Through Alexa, Amazon has become one of the main players in a real revolution of user experience. In this article, we will […]


Break the Monolith into microservices like a pro: our guide to a (almost) seamless transition

Scritto da beSharp - 24 May 2019

As applications grow in time, adding new features, with complex logic, many different interactions and coupling between components, it becomes very difficult to deal with them and so companies are driven to try and break them into small, manageable and reusable parts, built around business capabilities, microservices.  Within a microservices architecture, each application component runs […]


How to create flexible CI/CD Pipeline on AWS with Fargate and SQS

Scritto da beSharp - 4 May 2019

17The use of Pipeline for automatic code deployment is now an almost essential feature of every development project in the Cloud, as the concept of scalable architecture requires that virtual machines (or containers), which are started on the Cloud to manage traffic spikes use the most up-to-date version of the code. Furthermore, the creation of an […]


AWS CloudFormation: the “top 5” reasons for not using it

Scritto da beSharp - 3 May 2019

How to survive the most common pitfalls and take advantage of this service, without too many headaches. Who hasn’t had problems with AWS CloudFormation? Sadly, it is commonly known that AWS CloudFormation is as powerful of a tool as it is frustrating; this short article will highlight the most common pitfalls and the most annoying situations, […]


How to create a MongoDB ReplicaSet with Self Healing using AWS services

Scritto da beSharp - 19 April 2019

MongoDB is a document-based NoSQL database for seamless configuration and use. It is wide-spread across new development projects. In this article, we will see how creating a self-healing system for Mongo clusters on AWS prevents possible downtime. MongoDB allows for creating a cluster distributed in high reliability through ReplicaSets and Sharding: ReplicaSets are sets of identical nodes on which […]


AWS Fargate Services Deployment with Continuous Delivery Pipeline

Scritto da beSharp - 5 April 2019

In this article, we explain how we have created a Continuous Delivery (CD) pipeline capable of producing a docker image for deployment on AWS ECS Fargate. With the emergence of AWS Fargate, the realization of container-based services finally takes on a whole new meaning. In fact, before Fargate’s release, the only way to use Amazon ECS […]


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