January 9, 2018 Vignesh Sathiyanantham

Amazon AWS Lambda functions are becoming more popular. Where I don’t need to setup and manage servers to Dev and deploy my code. Currently Lambda supports node Java python and C#. In the AWS reInvent AWS .Net team showed the demo of upcoming feature runtime executing a full ASP.NET core application with ASP.NET Razor pages. They showed the demo with AWS XRay . They have preannounced the support for .NET core 2.0 in AWS Lambda. Watch Deploying application on AWS with .NET core https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfF1E2RJ6Do

January 6, 2018 Vignesh Sathiyanantham

Amazon Linux a free, very up-to-date OS, complete with all AWS tools, Amazon has made it pretty compelling to use their OS over any others. But it was not open source. Now Amazon released Amazon Linux 2 an open source* Linux operating system. It provides a high performance, stable, and secure execution environment for cloud and enterprise applications. Amazon Linux 2 will offer the extended availability of software updates for the core operating system through 5 years of long-term support and provides access to the latest software packages through the Amazon Linux Extras repository. Earlier Amazon Linux was available only as AMI…

October 31, 2017 Vignesh Sathiyanantham

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