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Attaching Turbonomic to your AWS Environment

While it’s a seemingly simple task, I wanted to document it quickly and explain one of the very cool things about attaching your Turbonomic instance to AWS.  For the latest release of the TurboStack Cloud Lab giveaway , we wanted to move further up the stack to include the AWS cloud as a target. Even without the TurboStack goodies, you can …

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Unable to Delete Empty Elastic Beanstalk S3 Bucket

For those who are doing AWS work among the different projects, you will most likely do some storage on S3 (Simple Storage Service) for templates and logs.  Each AWS service has the ability to write its configuration and logs to S3 and is usually a part of the setup wizard. Sometimes the permissions set by the AWS wizard may leave …

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Run the AWS Shell Quickly and Easily in a VirtualBox Instance Using Vagrant

Because we like the Martha Stewart pre-baked oven version of things, this is the shortcut to running the AWS CLI without having to dirty up your own local environment. Why use a Sandbox? While development entirely using your local machine is handy, there can often be configuration issues, and also conflicts with other development libraries. In my earlier post, you …