Being that I recently took the plunge to a static site hosted on AWS S3 I thought I would create a post outlining the high-level process for future reference. There are quite a few blogs in the interwebs outining this process, but if this helps someone else too then it’s a win-win. If you are curious as to WHY I migrated, you can find a short bit about that in this post.

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Moving to S3

Moving to S3 I’m currently in the process of moving my blog to Amazon S3. I’m not the first to do this and I won’t be the last. My reasons for this are similar to everyone else. Wordpress is an excellent blogging and site platform. I have really enjoyed working with it and getting to know its innards. As I continuously evaluate the purpose of my site though, I have to keep the technology behind it in sync.

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I love packets and tracing issues at a micro level. However, like I stated in Preparing for the Capture you need to know where to capture before you can dig into the bits an bytes. In order to know where to capture you must understand your service/app/network. The best way to do that is to diagram your service.

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Chris Sereno

For 11 years networking was my profession with a specialized focus on proactive and reactive performance analysis. More recently I have embraced the AWS platform. This blog reflects my experience both past and present.

AWS Architect at Caterpillar, Inc.

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