Struggling through AWS one day at a time

Author Shawn Torsitano

Creating Lambda Layers with TypeScript and CDK – The Right Way

I recently was working on setting up some Lambda Layers for some projects that I’ve been working on in the last couple months, and ran into the unfortunate reality that every guide online(there were only a couple) was both incorrect,… Continue Reading →

How to Write KMS Policies That Don’t Suck

No one really wants to be the one to admit it, but the reality is that most people don’t really understand KMS Policies, and they write KMS Policies that kind of suck. IAM in AWS is confusing enough as is,… Continue Reading →

Simple Team IAM Role Management With Hybrid ABAC/RBAC – Part 2

You can find the other posts in this series here: Part 1 Background The following articles assumes that Active Directory is being used as the source for Identity Providers. In my examples I’ll be using ADFS, but this should apply… Continue Reading →

Simple Team IAM Role Management With Hybrid ABAC/RBAC

Background The following articles assumes that Active Directory is being used as the source for Identity Providers. In my examples I’ll be using ADFS, but this should apply for other IDPs as well. If you don’t care about any of… Continue Reading →

Employee Heroism is the Sign of a Bad Process

In the IT field, heroics are all too common. Staff commonly work long hours, completing upgrades after hours, pulling through the night, often just barely having things completed in time. A critical system goes down, and people work continuously until… Continue Reading →

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