May 20, 2022 | 15 minute read
May 13th, 2022 - Instalment #113 Newsletter #113. A little later than usual this week thanks to KubeCon, #113 of the AWS open source newsletter provides you with yet more new open source projects. “aws-iam-utils” is a Python library to help you work with IAM, “iot-app-kit” is a new IoT visualisation framework, “s3pathlib-project” that provides the Pythonic objective oriented programming (OOP) interface to manipulate AWS S3 object / directory, “collaboration-chambers-on-aws” which is a cool and very comprehensive project to help you do Scale-Out Computing on AWS, and many more!
May 13, 2022 | 14 minute read
May 13th, 2022 - Instalment #112 Newsletter #112. Welcome to this weeks round up of AWS open source news. This weeks new projects features projects such as “aws-dataall” an open source framework for building a data marketplace, “backpack” a set of tools to help you work with the AWS Panorama devices, and we have other projects that help you automate DNS tasks, manage game servers, automate data ingestion, and more.
Apr 29, 2022 | 14 minute read
April 29th, 2022 - Instalment #110 Newsletter #110. Welcome to edition #110 of the AWS open source newsletter. It has been a busy week, with the AWS Summit London happening this week (where I was lucky enough to do a session on Apache Airflow) meaning I am publishing this a little later than I had planned. We have more great new projects this week, including a project that helps make it easier to deploy your static and dynamic applications, a tool that provides help in managing the long term health of your AWS Data Lake, a cool project to help you replicate data from a Kinesis Data Stream across regions, a nice CloudWatch dashboard widget that summarises your CloudFormation stacks, and many more - so check them out.
Mar 7, 2022 | 15 minute read
March 7th, 2022 - Instalment #103 Newsletter #103. Welcome to edition #103 of the AWS open source news and updates. This weeks featured new open source projects include botocove (a decorator that helps you run your functions across your AWS accounts easily), functionless (a TypeScript plugin that transforms TypeScript code into Service-to-Service integrations), replibyte (a tool to replicate your PostgreSQL data), aws-security-bulletin-alert (notifies you of new AWS Security Bulletins) and sends out E-Mail notifications via Amazon SES), and many more.
Feb 28, 2022 | 13 minute read
Feb 28th, 2022 - Instalment #102 Newsletter #102. Welcome to edition #102 of the AWS open source news and updates newsletter, and this week we have a super collection of new open source projects that I am really excited to share. First up we have the AWS DataOps Development Kit, which uses AWS CDK under the covers, and is an open source development framework to help you build data workflows. Threatmapper is an open source cloud native security observability platform, which looks easy to use and has some good visualisations.
Jan 17, 2022 | 14 minute read
Jan 17th, 2022 - Instalment #96 Newsletter #96. Welcome to another great round up of open source projects, news and great content. This week, we have new open source projects such as Event Catalog (that helps you to discover, explore and document your Event Driven Architectures), AWS Powertools for Lambda TypeScript edition, flowdog (an application/framework for inspection and manipulation of network traffic in AWS VPCs), ai-doorbell (a serverless AI enabled door bell) and many more.
Jan 10, 2022 | 19 minute read
Jan 10th, 2022 - Instalment #95 Newsletter #95. Feliz Ano and a very happy new year to you all in this first newsletter in 2022. In this weeks update I reflect on some of the interesting stuff I learnt running this newsletter in 2021, before diving into the usual round up of new open source projects, AWS and community blog posts, videos and events. This weeks projects include tfdevops, a tool for Terraform uses to integrate with DevOps Guru, a tool to validate your custom container images on Amazon EMR, a Python wrapper for DynamoDB local and more.
Apr 21, 2021 | 17 minute read
Part Two - Automating Amazon EMR In Part One, we automated an example ELT workflow on Amazon Athena using Apache Airflow. In this post, Part Two, we will do the same thing but automate the same example ELT workflow using Amazon EMR. Make sure you recap the setup from Part One. All the code so you can reproduce this yourself can be found in the GitHub repository here. Automating Amazon EMR