Managing AWS Route 53 Hosted Zones with AWS Lambda

On AWS, I use a Route 53 private hosted zone for Amazon VPC to allow me to conveniently address EC2 instances and other resources. While all EC2 instances are automatically assigned a private DNS entry, it is usually something fairly unintelligable such as “ip-172-31-51-229.us-west-2.compute.internal.” An entry like “website-production.atomic.aws” is much more helpful, especially when trying […]

Managing AWS CloudFront Security Group with AWS Lambda

One of our security groups on Amazon Web Services (AWS) allows access to an Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) from one of our Amazon CloudFront distributions. Traffic from CloudFront can originate from a number of a different source IP addresess that Amazon publishes. However, there is no pre-built security group to allow inbound traffic from CloudFront. I […]