A starting point to my re-discovery of microcontroller programming and the world of IoT. Loading and running your first Zephyr OS application on the FRDM-K64F Freedom Development Platform.
I've been digging more into Kubernetes lately trying to figure out the best way to monitor certain resources and metrics within my cluster.
This article is the third in a series of articles outlining how to setup a highly available, scalable, serverless single page application (SPA) using AWS S3.
I was recently involved in a project deploying a Django application to AWS EC2 Container Service. I had spent a few days building the app into a container alongside a RabbitMQ and Postgres containers. I made use of docker compose to run & tested locally.
Deploying containers to a remote server can be rather tedious. Sometimes all you need is to deploy your container on a remote server.
While there is a great use-case for token based authentication, there is an emerging trend of using self-signed ssl certs to authenticate against an API