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Reserved Cache Nodes for Amazon ElastiCache

Amazon ElastiCache makes it easy for you to deploy, scale, and run a cloud-based in-memory cache that is protocol-compliant with Memcached. ElastiCache improves the performance of web applications and reduces the load on your databases by retrieving data from a fast, managed, Memcached-compatible, in-memory caching system, instead of relying entirely on disk-based storage. It can […]

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New Amazon EC2 Fresh Servers

Let’s face it. Sometimes you just need a local server. Perhaps your office is too cold, or you have the urge to pull the cover off and reseat the memory. Or, you might have some data on floppy disks that you simply cannot live without. Because we will leave no stone unturned in our efforts […]

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New Whitepaper: The Total Cost of (Non) Ownership of a NoSQL Database Service

We have received tremendous positive feedback from customers and partners since we launched Amazon DynamoDB two months ago. Amazon DynamoDB enables customers to offload the administrative burden of operating and scaling a highly available distributed database cluster while only paying for the actual system resources they consume. We also received a ton of great feedback […]

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Amazon DynamoDB and the AWS SDK for .NET

Pavel Safronov, a developer on our SDK and Tools team, sent the following guest post my way! — Jeff; The AWS SDK for .NET provides a simple client for our new service, Amazon DynamoDB. This client gives you a straight-forward way to interface with this Internet-scale NoSQL database service. But what you might not know […]

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