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