Tag: aws

AWS Config Conformance Packs: When TRUE is not true

In this post I want to share a problem I encountered with an AWS Config Conformance Pack in hopes it can help someone else some time. The Conformance Packs are sets of AWS Config rules to help you meet compliance with various regulations. They are available on GitHub. You can clone that repository and use […]

HashiTalks 2021

For HashiTalks 2021 I was able to present a Terraform project that managed the training and serving of NLP models. Built in AWS and using ECS, S3, DynamoDB, SQS, Lambda, and EventBridge, the project provides a way to do automated containerized NLP model training. You can queue a model for training by describing the model […]

I am a 2021 AWS Community Builder for Machine Learning

I was selected as a 2021 AWS Community Builder for machine learning! The AWS Community Builders program selects participants to help share AWS knowledge and resources to the community through engagements such as blog posts, code, and videos. I was selected for machine learning so you can expect to see some upcoming machine learning on […]

Monitoring Apache NiFi’s Log with AWS CloudWatch

It’s inevitable that at some point while running Apache NiFi on a single node or as a cluster you will want to see what’s in NiFi’s log and maybe even be alerted when certain logged events are found. Maybe you are debugging your own processor or just looking for more insight into your data flow. […]