The following article was originally written by Reed Law over at the Smashing Boxes blog.There’s been a bit of discussion
lately on deployment...
8 replies - 18220 views - 08/07/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
Before anyone tries to point it out; This blog is on AWS. It is not a High Availability Platform.
Ever since someone first tried to...
0 replies - 3559 views - 08/05/12 by Gareth Llewellyn in Articles
Although the number of solutions Amazon AWS is offering has become
very large, here are 5 ideas of what Amazon could be adding next.
0 replies - 5340 views - 07/24/12 by Maarten Ectors in Articles
So some parts of the AWS EC2 specifically related to EBS were non responsive or down recently. This was of course also supposed to be judgement day after...
0 replies - 3514 views - 07/24/12 by Dhananjay Nene in Articles
Autoscaling your webserver tier is typically straightforward. Image
your apache server with source code or without, then sync down files
from S3 upon...
0 replies - 7206 views - 07/19/12 by Sean Hull in Articles
Spring for Apache Hadoop
is a Spring project to support writing applications that can benefit of
the integration of Spring Framework and Hadoop. This...
0 replies - 4805 views - 07/18/12 by Istvan Szegedi in Articles
If you deal with large databases, you will probably need more than the provisioned storage of the default Amazon AMI (8GB).
The following 10 steps guide will...
0 replies - 3075 views - 07/18/12 by Moshe Kaplan in Articles
The following article was originally written by Ming Lee over at the blog, A Cloudy Place. In this article I’m going to highlight eight common-sense...
0 replies - 4045 views - 07/17/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
Amazon Elastic MapReduce is a service in the AWS portfolio that can
be used for data processing and analytics on vast amounts of data. It is
0 replies - 3697 views - 07/16/12 by Istvan Szegedi in Articles
So far we covered server-side/cloud components – how to process data
with MapReduce running in the cloud or on our own Hadoop cluster. This
time it is...
0 replies - 3824 views - 07/16/12 by Istvan Szegedi in Articles
As a customer and fan of Amazon, I've been watching the company grow and
develop for a while. Based on my experiences and observations, I've
0 replies - 4076 views - 07/14/12 by Eric Daugherty in Articles
Route 53 is the scalable DNS service from AWS. It’s fairly simple and
straightforward, and Amazon provides excellent documentation with
0 replies - 9378 views - 07/01/12 by Shameer Cee in Articles
My Big Data in the Cloud article for Visual Studio Magazine’s
July 2012 issue asserts “Microsoft has cooked up a feast of value-added
big data cloud...
3 replies - 7940 views - 06/28/12 by Roger Jennings in Articles
This is your last chance to sign up for the Amazon Web Services for Java Developers course that I will be teaching for the University of California, Irvine...
0 replies - 2308 views - 06/25/12 by Craig Dickson in Articles
In April 2011, when Amazon’s cloud s east region failed. I posted the first chapter of theAmazon Cloud Outage Conspiracy – it was already very clear that...
0 replies - 4235 views - 06/21/12 by Ofir Nachmani in Articles