Amazon SNS is a fast, flexible, fully managed push notification service that lets you send individual messages or to bulk messages to large numbers of recipients.
Amazon SQS supports dead-letter queues. A dead-letter queue is a queue that other (source) queues can target for messages that can’t be processed (consumed) successfully. You can set aside and isolate these messages in the dead-letter queue to determine why their processing doesn’t succeed.
I have long held the opinion that you should avoid Git LFS if possible. Since people keeping asking me why, I figured I’d capture my thoughts in a blog post so I have something to refer them to. Here are my reasons for not using Git LFS.
With Amazon S3 Select, you can use simple structured query language (SQL) statements to filter the contents of Amazon S3 objects and retrieve just the subset of data that you need.
CloudWatch focuses on the activity of AWS services and resources, reporting on their health and performance. CloudTrail is a log of all actions that have taken place inside your AWS environment.
At Narrator we support many data warehouses, including Postgres. Though it was designed for production systems, with a little tweaking Postgres can work extremely well as a data warehouse. Typical production database queries select a few number of rows from a potentially large dataset.
Our current methods for measuring a developer’s career progression are broken. At best, we count the number of days someone’s been paid to write code and massage that into a title. As a result, there’s no consensus as to what a given title means, leading to frustration for everyone.Instead of
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