Posts Tagged ‘Amazon EC2’

OnDemand Speed Links 21 April 2011

Amazon EC2 suffers significant outage on April 21 Amazon’s challenges with getting all services back online following an outage in its US-East  region  is already becoming a hot topic for debate in the Cloud Computing Industry. Key differences between Social Business and Social Media Social Media Club readers have posted compelling feedback on Chris Heuer’s…

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Amazon Elastic Beanstalk Enters PAAS Market

Amazon Web Services (AWS) last week released its Elastic Beanstalk Service to beta.  Elastic Beanstalk is AWS’s new Platform as a Service (PAAS) solution that helps developers deploy and manage applications in the AWS cloud. Elastic Beanstalk runs with Amazon EC2, S3, Elastic Load Balancing, Auto-Scaling and Simple Notification Service on the Amazon Linux AMI.Elastic…

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Deploying a Web Server on Amazon EC2

Want to learn more about Setting Up Web Servers on Amazon EC2? Subscribe to OnDemand Beat today and be sure to check out the OnDemand Beat Amazon EC2 Resource Page. Detailed tutorial on setting up and deploying a web server on Amazon EC2.

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Amazon Elastic MapReduce Beta Launched

Amazon Web Services today announced the public beta of its newest addition to its web services portfolio; Amazon Elastic MapReduce. Elastic MapReduce is a web service that allows researchers, analysts and businesses to process and analyze data using a hosted Apache Hadoop “data processing engine” that runs on Amazon S3 and Amazon EC2. Much like…

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OnDemand Speed Links 25 March 2009

Has SalesForce.Com’s Marc Benioff become the Billy Graham of SaaS Saleforce.com just turned 10 years old and all of Marc Benioff’s Cloud Computing evangelization has become the gospel in the tech industry. Is Google missing the boat in Enterprise Social Networking Juan Carlos Perez examines why Google lags behind other vendors in adding Enterprise Social Networking…

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Amazon and IBM Team Up In The Cloud

Amazon Web Services (AWS) and IBM have announced a partnership that provides users with the ability to use Amazon EC2 to build and run a range of IBM platform technologies. The IBM environments that will be available initially includes IBM WebSphere Portal Server, IBM DB2, WebSphere sMash, IBM Lotus Web Content Management, and IBM WebSphere…

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