Both serverless framework and api gateway has the concept of stages.
aws --profile=HA rds describe-db-instances --query 'DBInstances[?DBInstanceIdentifier==`evox-dev`]'
Per AWS docs requirements for encryptions are: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/dev/ServerSideEncryptionCustomerKeys.html
My day job i use ssh… alot. When you manage hundreds of servers with mission critical infastructure running on passswordless login with ssh keys can be huge time saver. I also take security pretty seriously when it comes to store sensitive information and always looking to find better ways to store sensitive information securely and also in a convenient way for it to be not cumbersome. With that thought combining ssh keys to encrypt/decrypt files made quite sense so here is a quick write up to do it for anyone else that are interested in it.
Screenshots are saved as .png files on the desktop in Mac OS X v10.6 and later. They’re automatically named “Screen Shot date at time .png.” To save your screenshot to the Clipboard instead of a file on your desktop, use
This is a basic summary of excellent tutorial from Digital Ocean on how to setup OpenVpn with Docker.
A common server access pattern is to prevent any connection to your production servers from outside of their private subnet, and use a bastion host to access the private subnet. This pattern is very useful when you want to limit; for example ssh access, from only within the network.
Vault is a secure storage server that secures, stores, passwords, tokens, API keys etc. It is the from Hashicorp which had some great products such as Vault, Terraform and i think the most popular of all Vagrant. “Vault handles leasing, key revocation, key rolling, and auditing. I want to give a simple to follow setup example for anyone to try out this awesome tool.