AWS / March 4, 2019 / Arran Peterson | Partner

Tagging EC2 EBS Volumes in Auto Scaling Groups

Tagging becomes a huge part of your life when in the public cloud. Metadata is thrown around like hotcakes, and why not. At cloudstep.io we preach the ways of the DevOps gods and especially infrastructure as code for repeatable and standardised deployments. This way everything is uniform and everything gets a TAG!

Migration / Feb. 20, 2019 / Josh McIntosh | Partner

The OVF package is invalid and cannot be deployed – In the trenches with the AWS Discovery Connector

I was working with a customer recently who had trouble deploying the AWS Discovery Connector to their VMware environment. AWS offer this appliance as an OVA file. For those who aren’t aware, OVA (Open Virtualisation Archive) is an open standard used to describe virtual infrastructure to be deployed on a hypervisor of your choice. Typically speaking, these files are hashed with an algorithm to ensure that the contents of the files are not changed or modified in transit (prior to being deployed within your own environment.)

AWS / , Automation / Feb. 19, 2019 / Arran Peterson | Partner

AWS ECS CloudFormation Fails – Unable to assume the service linked role

I ran into an interesting issue when building a new ECS Cluster using CloudFormation. The CloudFormation stack would fail on Type: AWS::ECS::Service with error: Unable to assume the service linked role. Please verify that the ECS service linked role exists. (Service: AmazonECS; Status Code: 400; Error Code: InvalidParameterException; Request ID: beadf3d5-3406-11e9-828d-b16cd52796ef) Okay google, what's this …

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