The State of Target Mode in 2020

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The State of Target Mode in 2020

After my blog series on the agentless use of Chef dubbed “Target Mode” between August and October 2019, it is time to review what happened since.

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The State of Target Mode in 2020

After my blog series on the agentless use of Chef dubbed “Target Mode” between August and October 2019, it is time to review what happened since.

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S3 Cross Account Adventures

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In the process of building a data lake in a multi-account environment, we encountered a problem that didn’t fit into our existing mental model of how S3 and S3 cross account permissions work. Chances are that the behavior might surprise you as well. We had planned to build a data storage platform that’s similar to a data lake in a multi-account environment. Essentially, this means that we were separating the data from the transformation and input/output logic.
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In the process of building a data lake in a multi-account environment, we encountered a problem that didn’t fit into our existing mental model of how S3 and S3 cross account permissions work. Chances are that the behavior might surprise you as well. We had planned to build a data storage platform that’s similar to a data lake in a multi-account environment. Essentially, this means that we were separating the data from the transformation and input/output logic.
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Bridging the terraform - CloudFormation gap

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CloudFormation does not cover all AWS Resource types. Terraform does a better job in covering resource types just in time. So if you want to use a resource type which CloudFormation does not support yet, but you want to use CloudFormation, you have to build a Custom Resource with an own Lambda Function. CDK to the rescue: use AwsCustomResource.

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CloudFormation does not cover all AWS Resource types. Terraform does a better job in covering resource types just in time. So if you want to use a resource type which CloudFormation does not support yet, but you want to use CloudFormation, you have to build a Custom Resource with an own Lambda Function. CDK to the rescue: use AwsCustomResource.

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tecRacer is Chef Partner of the Year Financial Services

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ChefConf Online started this year with a big announcement for us. We have received the Chef Hartman award as “Partner of the year Financial Services”! This special award goes to companies that drove successful customer outcomes, developed special solution expertise and leveraged Chef’s GTM to drive growth. It makes us proud to be part of the whole Chef world. Thank you Chef, thank you Barry for this award!
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ChefConf Online started this year with a big announcement for us. We have received the Chef Hartman award as “Partner of the year Financial Services”! This special award goes to companies that drove successful customer outcomes, developed special solution expertise and leveraged Chef’s GTM to drive growth. It makes us proud to be part of the whole Chef world. Thank you Chef, thank you Barry for this award!
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Building a static website with Hugo and the CDK

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Building a static website with Hugo and the CDK

If you ever wanted to host your personal website or blog on AWS this article is right for you. We’re going to build a static website with Hugo, CodeBuild and CodePipeline and host it using CloudFront and S3. We will set up everything you need to build and deploy new versions of the Website.

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Building a static website with Hugo and the CDK

If you ever wanted to host your personal website or blog on AWS this article is right for you. We’re going to build a static website with Hugo, CodeBuild and CodePipeline and host it using CloudFront and S3. We will set up everything you need to build and deploy new versions of the Website.

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