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AWS Toolkit for VS Code

Goal: Start working with AWS Toolkit for VS Code

  • to use with Lambda and Step Functions
  • Reason: Keep everything in source control
  • Target: Create, Update and Deploy Lambda functions and step functions from VS Code
    • Data must be in a Azure DevOps project
    • View Cloudwatch logs
  • How: Use the 10 minute tutorial for Step Functions
  • Note that this page gets continued in SAM - Combining Lambda and Step Functions in AWS Toolkit for VS Code in which we also deploy the step function from the SAM.

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2020/09/11 23:07 · sjoerd

Use Azure AD DS and Window Virtual Desktop as a Test Environment

Note: This article was originally created in the first few months in 2020, before the Corona pandemic reached Europe and the US. Forced by the pandemic Microsoft made a lot of steps in this manual a lot more easy, and this article probably less relevant.

In this article the following services are being used:

  • Azure Subscriptions
  • Azure AD
  • Azure AD Domain Services
  • Azure Virtual Machines
  • Azure Bastion
  • Azure Cloud Shell
  • Windows Virtual Desktop
  • Security Defaults
  • Snapshots

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2020/09/04 17:29 · sjoerd

Add a Node.JS Layer to Lambda

In this article I'll show how to add a Node.JS layer to Lambda. By default, Lambda supports Node.JS 12 and 10 native modules and the AWS SDK for JavaScript in Node.JS (subject to change). However, there are many modules for Node.JS available that extend the possibilities. I'll show how to add the Node.JS module paynl to Lambda.

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2020/09/04 17:17 · sjoerd


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