It took about 2,000 Digital Ocean droplets, 13 minutes of compute time, and about $7 dollars worth of cloud resources, to break the Enigma code which were used by the Nazis in World War 2. The code was written in Python and ran as minions. The minions did the 99% of the grunt work. The droplets ran 41 million password combinations per second. What took years for Allied forces to break the code can now be decoded in just 13 minutes. Read the article.
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I'm Ulysses, a Cloud Engineer at Cardinal Health based in Columbus, Ohio. I’m a certified AWS Solutions Architect. This website is my way of documenting the things I have learned in the Cloud. When off the grid, I enjoy riding my electric skateboard. I have surfed, snowboarded and played the saxophone in the past. I hope you will find this site helpful. It's powered by WordPress and hosted in AWS LightSail.