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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Deleting Attached Amazon EC2 EBS Volumes

When teaching Learning Tree’s Cloud Computing Course, I demonstrate various aspects of Amazons Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). As part of this, not only do I provision various machine types but also associated Elastic Block Storage (EBS) devices and attach and detach these. Since I use a demonstration account for this, one task I undertake […]
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Cloud Computing Services and Alternatives

It’s common to categorize cloud computing as either Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) or Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).  When we were moving to the cloud, it seemed more helpful to think in terms of the individual services and applications that we needed to provide our users.  Below is a […]
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Amazon AWS New Storage Features

The rate at which Amazon has been adding to and improving its cloud computing services is impressive. If we just consider some of the announcements made to the storage services in June 2010. Firstly consider the Relational Database Service (RDS). This is now available in all AWS regions.The RDS can now be managed from the […]
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