Last month AWS Cloudformation Guard (cfn-guard) became generally available (GA) and it’s a pretty cool addition by AWS which gets us started with policy as code.
I tend to check out various sites here and there to see what people are talking about with AWS and Cloud Computing and a user had a interesting request.
Earlier this month AWS announced support for AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF) integration with AWS Appsync, a managed graphql API service.
I’ve been talkn about AWS Budgets recently and would like to dive a little further into this neat service to integrate more services that are supported by AWS Budgets.
So you’ve created your first account with AWS and you keep hearing things like “pay as you go” and how “cheap” cloud can be, you also see a lot of references to AWS “free tier” options and think this seems pretty good.