Securely Federating Cloud Services with VNS3

Securely Federating Cloud Services with VNS3

Service Endpoints are a great concept. They allow you to access things like s3 buckets in AWS from within your VPC without sending traffic outside of it. In fact, from a compliance perspective they are essential. Both Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure have them....

AutoRecovery in the Public Cloud

“Everything fails, all the time.” – Werner Vogels While VNS3 is extremely stable, it is not immune to the underlying hardware and network issues that public cloud vendors experience. VNS3 provides a variety of methods to achieve High Availability and instance...
AWS re:Invent 2019 Recap

AWS re:Invent 2019 Recap

Last week was AWS’s annual reinvent conference in the putatively beautiful and blissful Las Vegas. Andy Jassy, Amazon’s CEO, announced plenty of new products and features to excite and alarm the computing and soft-warring world. The conference also highlighted AWS’s...
AWS re:Invent Recap

AWS re:Invent Recap

We’ve been heads down working on the 3 P’s for a number of months (products, presence, and people). As a result we’ve all but stopped our social media and dynamic content. We’ll look to emerge from our cocoon in early 2019 but we had to pop out and do yet another...
Goldilocks and the Amazon m4.medium

Goldilocks and the Amazon m4.medium

Once there was a little girl named Goldilocks who used cloud computing. Starting out she launched a C5.18xlarge instance but at over $3.00 per hour, she realized it would cost more per month than the rent of her little cottage in the woods. See the full article...