Amazon S3 Storage: A Flexible Cloud Storage Solution

Amazon S3 storage is one of the AWS services that has been around the longest and is one of the most widely used. For those unfamiliar with S3, it enables individual data items, ranging in size from one byte to five terabytes to be stored in scalable storage. There is no limit to the number […]
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CloudStore Opened by UK Government

The UK government has a target that 50% of IT spending will be on cloud services by 2015. Over the past two years a framework known as G-Cloud has been under development with the aim of providing a route for the easy procurement of IT services on a pay-as-you-use basis. A major step to meeting […]
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Updating the Introduction to Cloud Computing Course

It only seems last week that I submitted an updated version of Learning Tree’s Cloud Computing introductory course. Well time passes quickly and Cloud Computing changes just as quickly. Its time to update the course again. Feedback from attendees has been extremely positive and the course is proving extremely popular with a high demand. So […]
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Amazon and Eucalyptus Partnership: A Boost for Hybrid Cloud Development

I was extremely pleased to hear that Amazon and Eucalyptus have partnered to provide formal support of their common API’s. I am certain I will not be the only one who finds this news exciting. Anyone who has attended Learning Tree’s Introduction to Cloud Computing course will have gained hands-on experience of working with a […]
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PHP on ElasticBeanstalk

I have been using Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk for deploying Java applications for some time now. I find it is a perfect solution as it is simple to use and takes care of load balancing, server instance management and all the low level maintenance that is necessary but tedious to perform when running scalable, high availability […]
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