An Introduction To AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK)

In this article, I will provide a brief introduction AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) which is increasingly becoming a popular tool for managing AWS-based infrastructure. We’ll take a closer look into CDK concepts, and then how to use the AWS CDK toolkit to deploy a sample application to an AWS account.

How to SSH into an EC2 instance using Boto3

The simplest way to programmatically SSH into an EC2 instance is to using the Paramiko package. In this post, I will show you how to use this package to SSH with multiple retries and then execute your commands on it.

How to Host Multiple WordPress sites on Cloud

I have a few WordPress blogs, a couple of PHP based websites and a flask application. I recently decided to host all my websites in one place. Until recently I was using Amazon EC2 for some of these websites but it was proving to be quite costly so I decided to switch to Google Cloud.

How to Create a Subdomain in Amazon Route 53?

In this post, I will show you how to set up a new subdomain using Route 53 in 4 easy steps. The setup is straightforward and will take less than 2 minutes to have your subdomain up and running.

How to install FFMPEG on EC2 running Amazon Linux?

Recently, I needed to install ffmpeg on my EC2 instance and I struggled quite a bit to set it up. The issue was that my EC2 instance is running Amazon Linux based AMI which is probably based on some version of CentOS.

Setting up Text To Speech Application using Amazon Polly

Long back we used AWS to set up a PHP and MYSQL application. This weekend will work with Amazon Polly to deploy our own TTS application. Amazon Polly is a Text-to-Speech service that uses advanced deep learning technologies to synthesize speech that sounds like a human voice.

Web Hosting using PHP and MySQL on AWS

It’s was a Sunday and I was bored. Then I came across a custom URL shortener service, YOURLS that I had previously used in my college days. It was very simple to set it up with my GoDaddy shared web hosting.