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Cloud Computing with Amazon Web Services

By John | December 16, 2008

Go figure, over at Developerworks there is a four part series on AWS.  It is also written by an Atlanta native and Awsome member, Prabhakar Chaganti (prabhakar@ylastic.com), CTO, Ylastic, LLC.

Cloud computing with Amazon Web Services, Part 4: Reliable messaging with SQS
In this series, learn about cloud computing using Amazon Web Services. Explore how the services provide a compelling alternative for architecting and building scalable, reliable applications. In this article, learn about the reliable and scalable messaging service provided by Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS).
Cloud computing with Amazon Web Services, Part 3: Servers on demand with EC2
In this series, learn about cloud computing using Amazon Web Services. Explore how the services provide a compelling alternative for architecting and building scalable, reliable applications. This article introduces you to the virtual servers provided by Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). Learn how EC2 can help you configure your applications’ computing requirements on the fly and adjust capacity based on demand.
Cloud computing with Amazon Web Services, Part 2: Storage in the cloud with Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
In this series, learn about cloud computing using Amazon Web Services. Explore how the services provide a compelling alternative for architecting and building scalable, reliable applications. This article delves into the highly scalable and responsive services provided by Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). Learn about tools for interacting with S3, and use code samples to experiment with a simple shell.
Cloud computing with Amazon Web Services, Part 1: Introduction
In this series, learn about cloud computing using Amazon Web Services. Explore how the services provide a compelling alternative for architecting and building scalable, reliable applications. This first article explains the features of the building blocks of this virtual infrastructure. Learn how you can use Amazon Web Services to build Web-scale systems.

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