New Amazon Web Services and EC2 Training Class

Great news!  Learning Tree recently decided to write a new class on cloud computing with Amazon Web Services. As far as I know, no author has been hired, but the tentative list of topics includes: Amazon EC2 for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Amazon S3 for cloud-based storage Amazon Elastic Beanstalk for Platform as a […]
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Amazon Mechanical Turk – Artificial Artificial Intelligence

One of the more interesting and unique products offered through Amazon Web Services (AWS) is Amazon Mechanical Turk. Perhaps more accurately described as “crowd computing” rather than “cloud computing”, Mechanical Turk, named after the famed fake chess-playing automaton, leverages the power of massive numbers of humans connected to the Internet to solve problems that require […]
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Amazon Moves Towards PaaS with Elastic Beanstalk

Elastic Beanstalk is a new offering from Amazon Web Services. It incorporates many characteristics of PaaS but retains much of the flexibility offered by IaaS. (Note: If you are not sure of the differences between PaaS and IaaS, please refer to Chris Czarnecki’s excellent article on the subject.) Traditionally PaaS offers a highly productive environment […]
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