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Atlassian in AWS as part of the 1% Pledge

Confluence, Atlassian, Culture, Jira, AWS

If you have been following the Isos blogs or social media for awhile, you have probably heard us mention the Pledge 1% philanthropy program Isos is a part of. If you aren’t aware of what the 1% program is, in a nutshell[...]

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Load Balancer Extraordinaire

Technology, AWS, DevOps

During AWS implementations we've always used an Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) in the public subnets in order to route traffic to the application instances in the private subnet. NGINX lived on the application instances.[...]

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Benefits of an Atlassian Solutions Partner Managing Your Private Cloud

Cloud, Atlassian, Jira, Atlassian Cloud, AWS, Managed Services

Moving from a Server into a Cloud environment like AWS, Azure or GCP is a very popular choice among customers. The flexibility of being able to scale up and down as necessary, not maintain servers, and moving Jira[...]

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Auto Scaling with Static IPs in AWS

AWS, Data Center, DevOps

With the proliferation of the AWS infrastructure as code model, saying that a system follows a standard deployment model can be a loaded statement. True, the basis for the system architecture can be found in one or[...]

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How to Develop DynamoDB Local

Software Development, Software Solutions, AWS

By Justin Freeman

DynamoDB is Amazon’s version of a NoSQL database. Now normally like everyone in the Amazon web space, you have to develop your application remotely. And every developer knows that developing remotely[...]

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