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  • How does Amazon.com use database management systems?

    How does Amazon.com use database management systems?

    Ssforeman5 pointsBadges:
  • What database applications does Amazon use?

    Would anybody be able to tell me what database applications does Amazon use?

    oujules1125 pointsBadges:
  • How to access the free Amazon cloud

    Dear sir/madam, I want to know what is the procedure to access the Amazon cloud.

    deepikathenepalli5 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible to build an Amazon S3 clone in Perl?

    We're trying to code a file storage app in Perl (similar to almost Amazon S3). Here are some of the requirements we need: Easy API implementation for client side applications Fast High uptime Low memory usage Easy server-side configuration Centralized database Would anybody know the best option for...

    ITKE351,960 pointsBadges:
  • What’s your weapon of choice for personal or enterprise storage?

    What's your weapon of choice for personal or enterprise storage? Do you have a Dropbox, Box.net, or Mozy account? Let us know about your experience with these services: How did it affect your usage when these services changed their pricing models? How important is customer service and encryption?

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Cloud Computing market: Blip or trend?

    Based up on the Q1 reports, expert David Linthicum says that while some public cloud providers (such as Amazon) continue to show growth, others are starting to see their sales either stall or even decline. Do you think this is the beginning of a trend for cloud companies? Or could it just be a blip...

    Michael Tidmarsh33,310 pointsBadges:
  • Types of independent storage as a service in cloud

    As per my knowledge, there are three types of cloud storage solutions: Block storage File storage Object storage And OpenStack provides two of it as a service: Cinder - block storage Swift - object storage But, Cinder services are provided to the user as a part of nova (compute service) and Swift...

    cloudstoragetype10 pointsBadges:
  • Would an Amazon-ruled cloud service space be a positive thing?

    Amazon is going to do to enterprise cloud companies exactly what it did to bookstores. This line, which was the headline in this week's Searchlight also caught Karen Goulart's attention. With the Amazon cloud positioned as a big winner by SMBs as well as CIOs at more established enterprises, do you...

    Michael Tidmarsh33,310 pointsBadges:
  • Why is Apple’s tablet market share falling?

    IDC's latest tablet report showed Apple's commanding lead has fallen from 59.7% to 50.4% in the last year with Samsung and Amazon jumping up considerably. Why is Apple's tablet market share falling? Will the iPad mini be able to halt its slide?

    Michael Tidmarsh33,310 pointsBadges:
  • Amazon EC2 environment for my data/cloud security

    According to the Amazon EC2 environment details, there's a lot flexibility to create my instance with specific configurations, boot as many as I want, stop and secure data in the boot partition, etc. But what if I wanted to develop something for a month, subscribed to EC2, developed in pay per use...

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • 10 Chances to Win $100

    Starting today (April 25th) and running through May 31st, you have 10 chances to win a $100 Amazon.com gift card. The 10 IT Knowledge Exchange members with the most Knowledge Points earned between today and May 31st will win. Learn how to earn points in the Community Blog, or start answering...

    ITKE351,960 pointsBadges:
  • Adding company affiliate code to the Amazon URL

    Is this doable and legal? We want anyone that uses amazon.com from our company computers to have our company affiliate code added to the url. We would want to do this via our DNS servers which are Windows 2003. Is this possible? Is it a violation of the Amazon TOC or laws?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Scaling Amazon Web Services against RDS

    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?

    ITKE351,960 pointsBadges:
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