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Category: Amazon EC2

Scaling to the Stars

Recently I blogged about The Server Labs, a consultancy that specializes in high-performance computing including on Amazon Web Services. Heres another story that I found fascinating: nominally it is about how The Server Labs uses Amazon Web Services as a scale-out solution that also implements Oracle databases; however its really about space exploration (or should […]

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New Features for Amazon EC2: Elastic Load Balancing, Auto Scaling, and Amazon CloudWatch

We are working to make it even easier for you to build sophisticated, scalable, and robust web applications using AWS. As soon as you launch some EC2 instances, you want visibility into resource utilization and overall performance. You want your application to be able to scale on demand based on traffic and system load. You […]

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Quetzall CloudCache

Marc from Quetzall sent me a note about their new CloudCache product. CloudCache is a fast, lightweight key-value caching system designed for use within the cloud. Each key can optionally have an associated TTL (time to live). Once the TTL is reached the key and the associated value are removed from the cache. Running on […]

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Amazon EC2 Running IBM

Earlier this year I talked about our partnership with IBM and their commitment to the creation of licensing models that are a good match for dynamic cloud-computing environments. At that time we released a set of development AMIs (Amazon Machine Images), giving you the ability to create applications using IBM products such as DB2, WebSphere […]

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