We’re All Guinea Pigs in the Cloud Computing Experiment

Last week I discussed the June 2012 derecho and Amazon’s response. As I said then, there may be something bigger to worry about. Yes, some resources in one of the four Availability Zones in the US-East-1 region were down. But the storm was enormously powerful. 911 service was down. Seriously, how many of you in […]
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We’re All Guinea Pigs in the Cloud Computing Experiment

Last week I discussed the June 2012 derecho and Amazon’s response. As I said then, there may be something bigger to worry about. Yes, some resources in one of the four Availability Zones in the US-East-1 region were down. But the storm was a disaster of Biblical proportions, as Dr. Peter Venkman put it. 911 […]
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The Derecho Battered Amazon

I must confess that I had to look up just what a derecho is, but everyone in Virginia in late June experienced a big one. Amazon has a nice summary of the June event. An insurance adjuster would shrug and say “Act of God, nothing we can do”, but Amazon provides a great deal of […]
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The Derecho Battered Amazon

I must confess that I had to look up just what a derecho is, but everyone in Virginia in late June experienced a big one. Amazon has a nice summary of the June event. An insurance adjuster would shrug and say “Act of God, nothing we can do”, but Amazon provides a great deal of […]
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AWS Security: Identity and Access Management

For an organisation adopting Cloud Computing, one of the benefits is the self service nature of the cloud. If a developer requires a test machine for a short period of time, using an Amazon EC2 instance or Azure server instance is an obvious cheap solution. Not only is the machine only paid for the time […]
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