Microsoft via its IaaS platform Windows Azure Infrastructure Service is actively competing against Amazon Web Services (AWS). Improvements to Azure include improved virtual machine (VM) Image Templates for SQL Server and SharePoint images and roomier VM sizes to accommodate larger memory servers; and a steeply discounted price. Would this be enough to make you consider [...]
Answer Question | April 29, 2013 6:17 PM
Amazon Web services, AWS, IaaS, Windows Azure
Can We get a MAC OS instance in AWS ???
Answer Question | April 29, 2011 7:09 AM
Amazon AWS, Amazon Web services, AWS, Mac OS
Amazon Web Services will start its one-year trial subscription on November 1st, and we’re wondering who’s going to give it a try. If not AWS, what services have you adopted by first giving them a trial run that you might otherwise have not gotten off the fence about?
Answer Question | November 3, 2010 3:09 PM
Amazon Web services, AWS, Open IT Forum, Trial period software
Any recommendations for scaling multiple application server instances in Amazon Web Services against Amazon’s Relational Database Service? For example, if you had multiple tomcat instances running, should they each also have a slave that talks to the RDS master? Or let them all connect to RDS?
Answer Question | February 10, 2010 3:42 PM
Amazon AWS, Amazon RDS, Amazon Web services, Cloud Computing in 2010, Knowledge Point Challenge, Scaling Out, Virtualization
How do you think Cloud Computing solutions (Amazon Web Services, Google App Engine) will change the life of software developers?
Answer Question | December 16, 2011 11:41 AM
Amazon Web services, ASP (application service providers), cloud, Cloud Computing, Google App Engine, SaaS