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yesterday by jm
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This file holds the information on root name servers needed to ; initialize cache of Internet domain name servers ; (e.g. reference this file in the "cache . <file>" ; configuration file of BIND domain name servers). ; ; This file is made available by InterNIC ; under anonymous FTP as ; file /domain/named.cache ; on server FTP.INTERNIC.NET ; -OR- RS.INTERNIC.NET ; ; last update: April 11, 2017 ; related version of root zone: 2017041101
internet  dns  reference  webdev  ops 
2 days ago by wavis
Fefes Blog
Intersting high level overview on a process to reduce the risk in patching machines with new software versions regularly in the field
patching  ops  devops  rollout  releases  process 
5 days ago by aggregat4
Spotting a million dollars in your AWS account · Segment Blog
You can easily split your spend by AWS service per month and call it a day. Ten thousand dollars of EC2, one thousand to S3, five hundred dollars to network traffic, etc. But what’s still missing is a synthesis of which products and engineering teams are dominating your costs. 

Then, add in the fact that you may have hundreds of instances and millions of containers that come and go. Soon, what started as simple analysis problem has quickly become unimaginably complex. 

In this follow-up post, we’d like to share details on the toolkit we used. Our hope is to offer up a few ideas to help you analyze your AWS spend, no matter whether you’re running only a handful of instances, or tens of thousands.

segment  money  costs  billing  aws  ec2  ecs  ops 
5 days ago by jm

A script and python module to check your AWS service limits and usage, and warn when usage approaches limits.

Users building out scalable services in Amazon AWS often run into AWS' service limits - often at the least convenient time (i.e. mid-deploy or when autoscaling fails). Amazon's Trusted Advisor can help this, but even the version that comes with Business and Enterprise support only monitors a small subset of AWS limits and only alerts weekly. awslimitchecker provides a command line script and reusable package that queries your current usage of AWS resources and compares it to limits (hard-coded AWS defaults that you can override, API-based limits where available, or data from Trusted Advisor where available), notifying you when you are approaching or at your limits.

(via This Week in AWS)
aws  amazon  limits  scripts  ops 
8 days ago by jm

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