Michael Anckaert - Freelance AWS Solution Architect

Michael Anckaert

Hello, my name is Michael and I’m a freelance AWS Solutions Architect.

I focus on helping organizations build better software and IT architecture.

As a certified AWS consultant I can help you architect and develop cloud native applications. I have experience in migrating existing workloads to the AWS cloud using the Lift & Shift technique and can design a hybrid architecture for your organization.

Micheal Anckaert - AWS Certified

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Cloud Native Development

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ArticlesHere are some articles I have written that might interest you. Be sure to check out my Blog for more similar content!

  • Secrets Manager: cross account access to secrets

    If you are using AWS Secrets Manager to store secrets then you can now enable cross account access. Store your secrets in a central account dedicated to security and enable safe access to those secrets from your other AWS accounts. Read all about Cross account access to AWS secrets manager with Michael Anckaert.

  • Getting started with Serverless Application Model (SAM)

    In the second part of our series on the Serverless Application Model I will show you how to get started with AWS SAM. Thanks to the Serverless Application Model you can quickly get started and establish a good workflow for developing your serverless applications.

  • Assuming an IAM role using the AWS CLI

    If you’re adhering to best practices when using AWS IAM and working with roles when doing a task in another AWS account then you will have probably used the assume-role functionality. While setting up my AWS CLI to work on an external AWS account I encountered an issue with the external role ARN. When configuring

  • Assuming an IAM role using the AWS CLI

    If you’re adhering to best practices when using AWS IAM and working with roles when doing a task in another AWS account then you will have probably used the assume-role functionality. While setting up my AWS CLI to work on an external AWS account I encountered an issue with the external role ARN. When configuring