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Tag: Cool Sites

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 […]

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 […]

AWS Presentation Roundup

As you may know, we’ve hosted AWS Enterprise events in several cities this year. We’ve put the presentations on SlideShare and you may find them to be of interest. Here’s what you can find. From Amazon Brief Overview of Security Architecting for the Cloud AWS and the Enterprise Securing the AWS Cloud Lessons Learned Before […]

SOASTA OLAP Engine for Performance Testing

Tom Lounibos from SOASTA sent me a heads-up on their new OLAP Engine. The new product, CloudTest Analytics, builds on SOASTA’s existing CloudTest product. It consists of  data extraction layer that is able to extract real time performance metrics from a number of existing APM (Application Performance Management) tools from vendors such as IBM, CA, […]

Our Newest Solution Provider: Hitachi Systems

I am pleased to welcome Hitachi Systems to the AWS Solution Providers Program! They have been providing a broad range of IT consulting, system integration, and professional services to Japanese enterprises in the financial, manufacturing, retail, and telecommunications space for over 30 years. They also provide these services to the government and public sectors. With […]

Vote for AWS-Powered Walkshed in the NYC Big Apps Contest

AWS-Powered Walkshed is a finalist in the NYC Big Apps Contest and they need your vote in order to win! Built by Philadelphia-based Avencia, Walkshed combines 10 data sources chosen from the NYC Data Mine to compute and display personalized walkability maps based on a set of seventeen priorities such as proximity to grocery stores, […]