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Hands on expertise in DevOps, AWS-Cloud, CI-CD, Build setup, Source Code Management, Automation and Development of high-end enterprise level application from scratch to release. Experience in Build Release Management, Automation, Continuous Integration, Automated Deployment and Development high end enterprise application. Hands on skills in Programming language such as Python, Swift, Java, PHP.

  • How to write IAM Policies in AWS.

    So lot of theory done on AWS IAM Policies, In this tutorial we’re going to do our hands dirty and write IAM Policies in JSON from Scratch. If you haven’t seen What are IAM Policies in AWS, I would strong recommend to give it a look and then start this.

  • What are IAM Policies in AWS

    In the previous post we’ve already seen What is IAM, IAM Components, IAM Role vs User, How to create IAM User in AWS step by step, In this post we will be seeing What are IAM Policies in AWS, How to create AWS IAM Policies.

  • Virtual Private Cloud in AWS

    Virtual Private Cloud is one of the most important as well as difficult topic one come across. In this post I’ll make sure to make you understand all the important aspect in a very easy way.

  • How to create IAM User in AWS step by step

    In the previous post we’ve already seen What is IAM, IAM Components, IAM Role vs User. In this post we will be seeing how to create IAM User in AWS. We will be doing complete hand on lab where we will be creating IAM User step by step.

  • IAM Role vs User

    In this post we’re going to see difference between IAM Role vs User.

  • IAM Components

    We’ve already seen What is IAM in AWS in our previous post, In this post we will be focussing on IAM Components in AWS. There are 6 IAM Components in AWS.

  • What is IAM in AWS

    In this post we’re going to see What is IAM in AWS. IAM stands for Identity and Access Management. AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a web service that helps you securely control access to AWS resources. You use IAM to control who is authenticated (signed in) and authorized (has permissions) to use resources.

  • Linux commands for devOps engineer

    In this post “Linux commands for devOps engineer” we will be seeing most widely used Linux commands that every devOps engineer should know. Whether you’re already a devOps engineer or in the path of becoming one, you should have good understanding of Linux commands.