Google Proposal of trust in existing Symantec-issued Certificates

The blog title explains the main reason that I started the open source project CertStuff If you are not familiar with the Google proposal, here are some quotes that I found on the Symantec website: On July 27, 2017, Google posted a time-sensitive plan regarding Symantec-issued TLS server certificates. There are critical dates that will impact your … Continue reading Google Proposal of trust in existing Symantec-issued Certificates


CloudFront Edge Cache Settings

Caching is 'fun' if you don't set it up correctly. A useful cheat sheet of CloudFront edge cache TTL settings that I found in AWS documents site. Origin Configuration Minimum TTL = 0 Seconds Minimum TTL > 0 Seconds The origin adds a Cache-Control max-age directive to objects CloudFront caching CloudFront caches objects for the lesser of … Continue reading CloudFront Edge Cache Settings

Service Catalog in OpenShift

OpenShift 3.7 is now able to create and use some AWS services via the Service Catalog. Here is a quick demo that I found out on YouTube: The technology behind it is called 'Open Service Broker API'. I am not sure for now if supports multi AWS accounts, it would be nice if it … Continue reading Service Catalog in OpenShift