Amazon Extends Services for Microsoft Technologies

As someone who works primarily with Microsoft technologies I was delighted to see the Amazon announcement yesterday that they are going to offer two additional options for developers. First, Amazon RDS is now going to include SQL Server in addition to MySQL and Oracle databases. SQL Server is available in a variety of versions on […]
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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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Contrast Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk with Salesforce.com

Recently Amazon released Elastic Beanstalk, as reported by Kevin Kell. This is interesting product release from both a technical and business perspective. From a technical perspective, Platform as a Service has many advantages over Infastructure as a Service (IaaS) from zero administration to pay per use. However, PaaS offerings from providers such as Google App […]
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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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