Migrating an app to AWS without the use of a container — Utilizing Elastic Beanstalk Custom Platforms.

Containers are awesome.

Being able to spin up an ephemeral copy of an application feels powerful.

Saving costs by significantly reducing CPU, memory and storage is phenomenal

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