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Amazon SimpleDB Management in Eclipse

The popular AWS Toolkit for Eclipse now supports Amazon SimpleDB. Designed for version 3.5 of Eclipse and building on top of the Eclipse Data Tools Platform, the toolkit provides complete management support for SimpleDB. After opening Eclipse, you simply choose the Database Development Perspective, connect to SimpleDB using your AWS access identifiers, and view your […]

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What Should Adam Do?

Its always interesting to see what people use Amazon Web Services for. This blog post is on one hand a look at an interesting example; however it is also a chance to participate in a social experiment. Adam Ginsburg from Sydney Australia set up a form to let you vote on what he should do […]

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AWS Start-Up Challenge For 2009

We’re kicking off the third annual AWS Start-Up Challenge now. We’re looking for the hottest and coolest start-ups and start-up ideas. Developers and entrepreneurs in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, and Israel are encouraged to enter for a chance to win $50,000 in cash, $50,000 in AWS credits, mentoring sessions from AWS technical experts, […]

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Amazon Second Life Job Fair – July 14, 2009

The very first Amazon Job Fair in Second Life will take place on Tuesday July 14th and will run from 6 AM to Midnight, PST. This free event is a unique opportunity for candidates to have direct access to hiring managers and recruiters from around the world. Amazon is looking for all levels of technical […]

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The Cloud as a Platform for Platforms

Of the many things I love about AWS, I will mention three of my favorites in this blog post: AWS does not force developers to use any particular programming model, language, or operating system. AWS does not force developers to use the entire suite of services – they can use any of our infrastructure services individually or […]

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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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AWS Management Console Support for CloudFront

The AWS Management Console has a brand new tab: This new tab contains full support for Amazon CloudFront. You can start distributing your content in minutes. You don’t need to make a long term commitment and you don’t need to download a client application. It is now even easier to access CloudFront in pay-as-you-go fashion. […]

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