What Happens in Vegas, not always stays in Vegas
This year the Noovolari team went to the AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, and we want to share our experiences and thoughts on this re:Invent on the perspective of the Noovolari suite.read more
So you’ve pushed your AWS credentials on GitHub…
How to completely eliminate the risk of somebody stealing your secrets and access keys that you use to develop on AWS? And what to do in case you've pushed your AWS admin credentials on GitHub?read more
Developing a DevOps tool for SSO with G Suite on AWS
How many little repetitive things do you do every day in your AWS Developer job? And how many different AWS accounts to deal with? We developed a tiny tool that leverages G Suite Single Sign-On to securely manage programmatic access to AWS resources distributed among several AWS accounts.read more
Creative idea: Single sign-on with G Suite for development clients!
Access to the web console only covers some of the needs of people who work with AWS every day. Developers almost always require an access key/secret key pair on their PCs to use the AWS CLI, to call single AWS APIs, and to be able to use all the desktop applications which in turn use the AWS APIs.read more
Noovolari Smart Backup
That’s why your AWS restored snapshot is not starting
Ever tried to restore a snapshot only to find out that the instance won’t start? This occurrence is not so common, but every time it happens it leaves you wondering what in the world went wrong… and a few steps later someone finds you yelling at the Cloud. Fear not, we are here to clear things out.read more
Noovolari Smart Backup
Do you really need a Disaster Recovery plan? Let’s debunk some common myths!
As Werner says, “Everything fails, all the time”. And working in IT is the best way to learn the lesson, isn’t it? You now have two different possibilities: resign yourself (and wait for it…) or read further and learn more about Disaster Recovery.read more
Single-sign-on with G Suite on the Amazon Web Services console
Which AWS console user has never run into the age-old problem of managing multiple users on multiple accounts, having to create different IAM users — with complex passwords for each of them — on top of the highly fundamental (but, let’s be honest, decidedly inconvenient) two-factor-authentication?read more