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Category: Developer Tools*

IBiz S3 Integrator

Gent Hito of /N Software sent me some information about their new product, the IBiz S3 Integrator. The S3 integrator (currently in beta testing) provides an easy to use developer interface for accessing Amazon S3, with full access to create, modify, and delete buckets. Includes documentation, help, and a sample S# browser application. Developers will […]

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AmazonCommerceService.NET – Free .NET Library for ECS Access

Ed Quinn dropped me a note with information about his newest creation, AmazonCommerceService.NET. AmazonCommerceService.NET is a set of .NET classes. It creates REST requests for ECS and then queues them up, dispatching them to Amazon at the rate of 1 request per second per the license agreement. The results are delivered asychronously as they arrive, […]

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I’ll Take Potpourri for 300, Please

This is my 300th post to this blog, and I’ll celebrate by posting a veritable potpourri of interesting items. In a rare self-congratulatory note I will observe that we are the first entry on the Fortune 500 Business Blogging List. Priceheat is a one-click Amazon price-checker bookmarklet. Mark O’Neill talks about Security for REST Web […]

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TechnoAg S3 Browser

Alan Baker released the first version of his TechnoAg S3 Browser almost a month ago, just days after the release of S3, but I just found out about it yesterday. This Windows application makes it really easy for you to view, upload, modify, and download the objects in your S3 account. Here’s what it looks […]

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Monday S3 Roundup

Developer activity around S3 continues at a rapid pace, and I already have enough material for another S3 roundup. Here goes: Doug Kaye, who interviewed me several years ago for IT Conversations, asks about the use of S3 as a CDN, or content delivery network. Great idea, and I will pass this post along to […]

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Saturday Morning S3 Roundup

A few minutes of surfing, a scan of the S3 forum, a couple of Technorati and PubSub alerts, and a del.icio.us S3 tag brought all of the following cool S3 activity to my attention: Dave Winer wants to have a Bay Area S3 conference. That’s an interesting idea, and I’ll see what we can do […]

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Using S3 to Store Media Files

Adrian Holovaty is now using Amazon’s S3 to store files for his Chicago Crime site. In his recent blog post, “How I’m using Amazon’s S3 to store media files“, he describes the entire process of moving his files over. Adrian notes that it took him less than one hour to move his files over and […]

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S3 Roundup

There’s a lot going on with Amazon’s new S3 service; here’s a quick roundup of some of what I’ve seen in the last couple of days: Over at InfoWorld, Jon Udell proposes S3 as a piece of politically neutral architecture. Mitch Garnaat has created BitBucket, a set of Python scripts for S3 access. There’s even […]

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