Using Amazon EC2 in Learning Tree’s Office 365 Course

Our upcoming Office 365 course will feature an exercise where attendees will gain real hands-on experience migrating on-premises Exchange mailboxes to the cloud. In order to do this we will require one on-premises Exchange server per student team. Further, each Exchange server has to exist on a unique domain which has been registered with a […]
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Amazon EC2 Security Groups for Elastic Beanstalk

Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk is an elegant Platform as a Service (PaaS) for Java application deployment. Anybody who has provisioned servers with the Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) will be familiar with configuring security groups. A security group is like a firewall, and defines a set of permissions for accessing Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources. More details […]
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“Agile” Cloud Computing

Agile I often see the word ”Agile” associated with cloud computing. That’s a word I know well. I wrote a class on Agile Programming, and I teach XP and SCRUM. I believe I’m Agile in my projects. But what does it really mean? For some, ”agile” is just a tactful way of saying ”get it […]
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Is Amazon Now the Only Choice for Cloud Computing ?

Cloud Computing is big news, that is without question. It seems every time I open a newspaper or watch a TV program Microsoft informs me how my life, both business and personal would be improved by Cloud Computing. When I search on Google it seems every other advert is suggesting Google Apps could make my […]
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Amazon EC2 or Microsoft Windows Azure

I haven’t written a blog post for a while because I’ve been programming. So much fun! I’m working on a new Web site using Microsoft ASP.NET Dynamic Data and Entity Framework. ASP.NET Dynamic Data is a bit like Ruby on Rails. It allows Web pages to be automatically generated based on the data they are […]
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