In my first experimentations for using Vagrant to create a local, standardized development environment, an idea with a larger impact began to form in my mind. Dynamic, testing environment creation.
Coming from a background in systems administration as well as software development, when I first found out about the Vagrant Virtual Machine configuration platform Vagrant by HashiCorp, instead of going toward also learing a new build/configuration management system for Os level configurations and software installation, like Ansible, Chef, or Puppet, I instead first thought about seeing how easy it could be to migrate some local development machine bash configuration scripts to being used with…
This is part 3 of a 3 part series on setting up a static website using Amazon Web Services. In order to host your site HTTPS, you will need to generate an SSL certificate using AWS Route53 and then associate that certificate to your already created CloudFront distribution.
This is part 2 of a 3 part series on setting up a static website using Amazon Web Services. In order to host your site on your own domain, you will need to purchase a custom domain, as in my case, my site is hosted at: cdputnam.com.