Replacing Travis CI with Docker
Since my paid Travis CI subscription has expired and I don’t intend to renew it, I wanted to see if I could use Docker containers to build and deploy my blog instead. It turns out to be an easy exercise, and I can even reuse my
cibuild script to do exactly the same workflow as I did with Travis CI.
Using Travis CI to build and deploy sites
Amazon EMR, Apache Spark, and Apache Zeppelin
I wrote a couple of guest posts about getting started with Apache Spark and Apache Zeppelin on Amazon EMR. These articles assumed that an IAM user has been created with
AmazonElasticMapReduceFullAccess managed policy attached to it. In this blog post, I will show you how to set up this IAM user for EMR.