Implementing a Data Storage Tier in the Cloud Using Amazon DynamoDB

One of the most important aspects of application design is the storage tier. For many developers a relational database has traditionally been the engine of choice. While that is often a good solution, the cloud has certainly brought other options to light. NoSQL is increasingly gaining popularity as an alternative that offers internet-class scalability when […]
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Committing to the Cloud

When I teach Learning Tree’s Introduction to Cloud Computing course I often get questions about how components from different public cloud vendors can be used together in an integrated application. The answer, of course, is: “it all depends on the application.” Here I would like to give a more comprehensive response than that. This will […]
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Application Architectures in Windows Azure, Part 1

Once requirements have risen above the trivial, applications have always benefited from the use of good architectures.  These architectures have evolved, over time, to take best advantage of the technologies which were available.  Well architected applications have the advantage of being easier to maintain and understand than un-architected ones.  In addition well architected applications are easier to […]
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