• Project on cloud computing

    How to do a project on cloud computing for final year students of computer engineering?

  • Free anti-virus software: Cloud vs AVG

    Which is the better freeware... Cloud antivirus or AVG? Also, when installing one in favor of the other, should the previous software be deleted?  In which order should this be done? For example:  I'm running AVG right now, and I've been told Cloud has a more effective product.  Should I delete...

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  • Connection is untrusted in Gmail

    I keep getting this message when trying to get my Gmail: Connection is untrusted. What does that mean?

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  • Difference between public and private cloud

    I'm working on a project that revolves around cloud computing and I'm becoming very confused over the difference between public and private cloud. From what I understand, public cloud relates to multiple users working on the same physical machine (which makes it unsafe for data). While for the...

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  • What’s the meaning of installing Ubuntu in the cloud?

    I'm relatively new to the whole "cloud computing" game but I recently came across this: Install Ubuntu in the cloud. What's meant by this? How is this different from normal web hosting? Any info would help. Thanks!

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  • Is there a third-party system that I can use to send more emails in Google App Engine?

    I know already that Google App Engine limits me to 2,000 emails per day for free. But my question is if I can use a third-party system so I can send more (about another 2,000). I'm looking for something that I can use easily with my SMTP server. Would anyone know of anything?

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  • Cloud security against DOS and DDOS

    Which Intrusion Detection Systems are currently used in cloud environment to mitigate DOS and DDOS attacks?

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  • Cloud Computing: What is meant by instance-hour?

    I'm looking to move my data over to the cloud and after looking at several different cloud providers, particularly Amazon EC2, a ton of the quotes are based off of something called an instance-hour. Does anyone know what this means? Does a multi-processor instance figure into the calculation? I...

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  • AWS Availability Zones (AZ)

    AWS maps the same AZ name to different physical availability zones across multiple accounts. I need to deploy an EC2 instance from a different account in close proximity (physical) to another EC2 instance in a different account. How can I ensure it's in the same physical zone?

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  • Moving from Team Foundation Server to the cloud

    We've been using TFS (Team Foundation Server) for the past few months on our own server. Now, we would like to move it to the cloud. What would be a good cloud hosting service for us? Please note that we would also like to import all of our sources and projects. Thanks!

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  • Can we reserve an Amazon EC2 instance?

    We currently have a huge Amazon EC2 instance that's running in one of our regions (Asia to be exact). Now, we're trying to reserve that instance in the AWS management console but we're only seeing the option to purchase a reserved instance (not change it into a reserved one). Did we miss something?...

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  • Why isn’t my Windows Azure instance starting correctly?

    I recently put in my service package into Windows Azure but the management portal keeps showing that it's "waiting for the role instance to start." This has been going on for the past day now. I know there's Azure Diagnostics but is there another way to check why this is happening? Thank you!

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  • What’s the best way to create a cloud-based SQL database?

    We have a website that's currently being hosted on Amazon S3 and it's working fine. But we have run into a problem with our data (and it's static). So the next step we're looking at is to create a SQL database in the cloud so we can store user data. Could we possibly do this through Amazon AWS or...

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  • Getting error message when trying to deploy web application to Windows Azure

    I currently have a ASP.NET web application that I need to deploy in Windows Azure. The first thing I tried to do was run it locally but I debugged it, I keep getting this error from Visual Studio 2010: "There was an error attaching the debugger to the IIS worker process for URL...

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  • Can I host my WCF services in Azure?

    I'm looking to host my WCF services in Azure due to scalability reasons. Has anyone done this before? I mean has anyone else ever tried using WCF services in Azure that had a high user load? Does Azure have some type of cloud balancing API for this type of task?

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  • Should we use Google Blobstore or Google Cloud Storage?

    We have several applications that are currently hosted in Google App Engine for Java and we actually have a requirement that needs to be stored somewhere. Which one is the better option for us: Google Blobstore or Google Cloud Storage? We know both can work so we're trying to decide which one is...

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  • How to update stored files on Amazon CloudFront

    Would anyone know how to update files that are stored on Amazon CloudFront? I'm trying to make updates but it's not accepting any of them (Removing the file and storing it with the same file same as before). Would I have to trigger and update process so the files are removed from the edge servers?

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  • Rebooting Amazon EC2 instance

    I'm using Amazon EC2 and I'm trying to figure out that when I reboot an instance, would I get the initial image again or is the state of the hard disk (before the reboot) stay the same? Also, for billing purposes, would the hour start again or does it continue with the fraction of the hour that I...

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  • Amazon EC2: What’s the difference between light, medium and heavy utilization instances?

    I'm currently using Amazon EC2 but I'm fairly new to it. I keep seeing these different utilization instances but I don't know what they mean they it talks about light, medium and heavy utilization instances. Is it just referring to the price differences? Thank you.

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  • Can I deploy .NET applications to the cloud?

    I'm thinking of running several CPU-intensive computations in the cloud. The only real requirement I need is that it needs to be able to run .NET applications with enough security permissions for a reflection-based IoC container. Has anyone used .NET applications in the cloud? Particularly Azure,...

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