As the time of writing, Confluence does not have an API that allows user to get events from the team calendar. As a workaround, I wrote a Python script that downloads and parses the ics file (choose subscribe the calendar, then you will see the URL) of the team calendar so to get the events. … Continue reading Check Confluence team calendar via script
Continue with my previous blog BitBucket Server Unreachable When Merge Pull Request, I tried to clone the large repository to my local laptop to do some analysis. But it always ended up with this error: fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly fatal: early EOF fatal: index-pack failed So basically the issue is caused by … Continue reading Git clone: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
Want to get insights of your Bamboo builds? Here is a script that I wrote to generate the report in spreadsheet. This is how it looks like:
If you are interested to have a high level overview of all your AWS accounts status (security, cost, performance, limits and fault tolerance), then it might be worth checking out my new tool AWS One Page Advisor . It is can aggregate the results of trusted advisor checks across multiple AWS accounts into one html page. Here … Continue reading AWS One Page Advisor
As mentioned in my previous blog New to AWS GuardDuty? I have been working on open sourcing the tool that I wrote for internal use. Now it is public available on my GitHub: AWS GuardDuty Manager Description AWS GuardDuty Manager (GDM) is a tool that allows you to perform some common GuardDuty tasks (start, stop and … Continue reading AWS GuardDuty Manager
Do you know how many Amazon issued certificates (ACM) or user uploaded certificates (IAM) in your AWS accounts? How many certificates have been deployed to production in your Akamai contracts? Not sure about you, but I don't know the answer. So I wrote a tool called CertStuff to get all those information (common name, SAN, … Continue reading CertStuff
I wrote my first Python crawler. It can automatically download my daughter's daily reflections from her school's portal (iParent). No more clicking in their website 🙂 If you are interested, here is the source code.