Jun 24, 2022 | 14 minute read
June 24th, 2022 - Instalment #118 Welcome to regular and new readers alike, to the AWS open source newsletter episode #118. This week we feature more new open source projects, such as “seed-farmer”, and orchestration tool modelled after GitOps deployments, “aws-proton-plugins-for-backstage” Backstage plugins for interacting with AWS Proton, “dcv-gnome-shell-extension” is a GNOME Shell extension to provide functionalities required by NICE DCV, “simpleiot-arduino” an Arduino library to integrate with the SimpleIOT framework, “event-driven-weather-forecasts” an event driven weather forecasting demo, and many more.
Jun 10, 2022 | 16 minute read
June 10th, 2022 - Instalment #116 Welcome to regular and new readers alike, to the AWS open source newsletter episode #116. Another selection of useful and interesting new open source projects for you to try out this week. First up, we have “aws-exec” a tool to help you do adhoc shell execution in AWS Lambda functions, “edgy” helps you simplify writing tests for Node.js based AWS CloudFront Lambda@Edge functions, “cdk-app-cli” a really nice cli that every AWS CDK user should know about, “Accumulus” a great looking reporting tool for AWS Lambda users, “sqldef-gitops-cdk” is a schema management for several open source databases, “log-hub” helps you to build your own log analytics tool using OpenSearch, “verifiable-controls-evidence-store” a very cool solution that builds a mechanism to centrally store findings and results of cloud security controls governing AWS workloads, and many more!
May 6, 2022 | 15 minute read
May 6th, 2022 - Instalment #111 Newsletter #111. Welcome to edition #111 of the AWS open source newsletter, a bit later this week but that was so I could pack in even more great open source content. This week we have another round up of new open source projects from the AWS community that include tools to help you manage your AWS CloudFront distributions, resource providers for CloudFormation for Confluent users, managing Amazon Route53 via the command line, a nice tool for Rust developers working with AWS Lambda, a nice tool to help you find your CIDR address ranges, and many more including some great samples.
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.