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Category: Cool Sites

Sauce Labs – OnDemand Testing Service on EC2

Late last month I spent some time on the phone with John Dunham and Steve Hazel of Sauce Labs to learn more about their Sauce OnDemand testing service. The product is built around the popular Selenium testing tool and can actually make use of existing Selenium scripts for functionality and performance testing. John and Steve […]

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TKLBAM – Turnkey Linux Backup and Migration

Liraz from Turnkey Linux sent me some information about their newest product TKLBAM – Turnkey Linux Backup and Migration. TKLBAM was designed to be a painless and fully automated backup and restore system that “magically” knows what to backup and what not to backup. They wanted to make sure that testing of backups was easy, […]

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FindTheBest – AWS in Action

Mike from Cirrhus9 sent me some information about their recent implementation of FindTheBest. With his permission, I am sharing some of the details with you so that you can get a better idea of how a sophisticated developer brings together a wide variety of technologies in order to construct a complete web application. What is […]

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This Is A Stick-Up!

The AWS Marketing Team recently moved into a shiny new building in Seattle’s South Lake Union area. We’d like to spiff up and personalize our space, and thought that our AWS users and fans could help us to do so! We’ve got some really nice AWS stickers that we can trade for any or all […]

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Developers Support the AWS Asia Pacific Region With Cool Applications

Here’s what I know about so far: Bucket Explorer -A user interface for Amazon S3. Runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac systems, available in three editions (basic, commands, and team). CloudBerry Backup -A backup and restore program that uses Amazon S3. Runs on Windows. Includes scheduling and optional data encryption. CloudBerry Explorer -A file management […]

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