Figure 1: Security Blueprint for a microservices app on AWS EKS cluster

So you want your developers to build secure applications during SDLC and not as an afterthought after being dinged by Security reviewers. You got this idea of highlighting security controls via reference architectures that can be easily consumed by developers early on in the SDLC life cycle.

But you are…


Unless you have been hiding in a cave or not even remotely security-minded, you would have heard the news about the Capital One hack. It was possibly a Server-side Request Forgery (SSRF) attack on AWS hosted application server orchestrated by an ex-Amazon employee — Paige Thompson.

SSRF is an application…


In the security world, you might have heard of the exploit used by hackers to reveal passwords from their hashed counterparts. We call this technique password cracking or in practicality ‘password guessing’. Even with the complexity of password controls put in by organizations today, this threat is very much real…


Hello multi-clouders! I recently started working on a Microsoft Azure engagement and wanted to get a quick introduction to Azure service landscape. So I started mapping Azure services to the two public cloud platforms I am most familiar with— AWS and Google Cloud.

I have initially started with the key cloud computing areas — Compute, Storage, Database, Networking, DevOps, Governance and Security. Hopefully in the future updates, I can incorporate other areas — IoT, Big Data, Machine Learning and Analytics. But for now, I want to provide you all the baby steps I have taken towards mapping cloud services across the three Public cloud platforms.

Providing screenshots of the excel since Medium does not have a good table structure, but if you like the content, feel free to use the Airtable link below to download the CSV.

Airtable with raw CSV data


Cloud migration can be a nerve-wracking experience for organizations looking to move their on-premise resources to the Cloud. In this article I will talk about some of the most important Networking things to keep in mind before you start developing your own strategy for cloud migration (specifically targeted towards AWS…


Researching on RESTful APIs, I found the use case of AWS services to build Serverless websites very appealing. This can help small to mid-size organizations to reduce their operational overhead while delivering highly scalable and reliable services to customers. …

Anunay Bhatt

Cloud Security Architect

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