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SEP Plans Expansion, Standalone HQ in Hamilton County

PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WESTFIELD, Ind. (June 4, 2020) – SEP, a software product design and development company, announced plans today to expand its operations, constructing a new corporate headquarters along U.S....
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Using Azure Functions to Deliver REST API

This is a follow-up to my previous post about hosting a simple React App in Azure. I would like to begin with the caveat that...
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Hosting a React Web App in Azure with CI/CD in Five Easy Steps

There are a few blog posts out there that already show you how to do this, but since I encountered a few issues, I thought I’d...
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Automated Testing for CloudFormation Templates

CloudFormation is a powerful tool that allows you to define your AWS infrastructure as code. And like any piece of software,...
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Total Cost of Ownership: Choosing Between On-Premise vs. Hybrid / Pure Cloud

Inconsidering a deployment strategy a new development effort, two potential solutions should be evaluated: Deployment of software...
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Migrating from Heroku CI to Jenkins on AWS – Part Two

In the previous post, I went into depth about our migration from Heroku CI to Jenkins on AWS by containerizing our CI/CD using...
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Migrating from Heroku CI to Jenkins on AWS – Part One

In a recent blog post, I spoke about a migration from Heroku to AWS that Todd Trimble and I did for a client project. If you...
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Transitioning from Heroku to AWS

In June of 2017 I was asked to evaluate AWS for one of our major client programs. The client was utilizing Heroku for their Cloud...
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Cleaning Up Left-over Docker Resources

After spending some time hacking with Docker for a blog series, I found that I had a lot of unused Docker containers and images...
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Load Balancing with Nginx and Docker

The previous post showed how to use Nginx as a reverse proxy to an ASP.NET Core application running in a separate Docker container....
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