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New AWS SDK for .NET Developers

The new AWS SDK for .NET Developers will provide you with the libraries, code samples, and documentation needed to build an AWS-powered application using any programming language capable of making .NET calls including C#, Visual Basic, Windows PowerShell, and so forth. The SDK includes the following goodies: A new AWS .NET Library – This library […]

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Twilio Developer Contest – Build an AWS-Powered Twilio Application, Win a Netbook

Twilio is an AWS-powered platform for telephony applications. You can use their APIs to build voice-based applications to interact with phones, phone calls, and callers. They’ve been running a developer contest each week. The developer of the winning entry is awarded a netbook. Previous contests have asked developers to focus on interactive advertising, PHP applications, […]

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SpringSource Cloud Foundry – Enterprise Java in the Cloud

The SpringSource Cloud Foundry allows developers to build, run, and manage Java, Spring, and Grails applications on Amazon EC2. After creating a free account at www.cloudfoundry.com, you can design and configure complex systems, intelligently provision complete Java stacks, while making use of SLA-driven resource allocation and benefiting from automated infrastructure repair. You can upload one […]

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Scalr Graduates From Beta, Special Pricing Still in Effect

Sebastian Stadil wrote to let me know that Scalr has graduated from beta and is now generally available.  The 1.0 release includes a number of new features including: APIs for control of your  server farm: LaunchFarm, TerminateFarm, ListRoles, GetFarmStats, ExecuteScript, ListFarms, ListScripts, and ListApplications. Support for Elastic Load Balancing. Rotating EBS snapshots. Additional scaling algorithms […]

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Manage Amazon EC2 With New Web-Based AWS Management Console

Today were announcing the availability of the Web-based AWS Management Console, which in this first release provides management of your Amazon EC2 environment via a point-and-click interface. A number of management tools already exist: for example a popular Firefox extension known as Elasticfox; however as you read more of this post I believe youll agree […]

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Dekoh – Amazon EC2 case study

This is a great case study demonstrating how smart developers are moving their production environments over to Amazon EC2. Last December, I met with Pramati Technologies – a well known household name when it comes to JEE Web Application Server. I learnt about their really cool Web 2.0 product: Dekoh. Dekoh can be described as […]

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New Version of Bungee Connect, with Amazon FPS Support

My friends over at Bungee Labs have just rolled out a new version of their web-based Bungee Connect development tool. New features include better ways to manipulate field, class, and function definitions, a statement completion control, and support for the Subversion revision control system. Bungee Connect is currently in “early access” beta mode. You can […]

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CohesiveFT’s Elastic Server

As part of my most recent trip to London I paid a visit to a suite of offices shared by LShift and CohesiveFT. I gave them an in-depth AWS presentation and we also discussed Cohesive’s Elastic Server product. Elastic Server simplifies the process of creating application stacks for use on EC2 and other virtual environments. […]

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