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Toby Tremayne, Sep 28

What Cloud Computing Can Mean for Your Business, Part II: Starting Your Cloud Infrastructure

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Toby Tremayne, Sep 26

What Cloud Computing Can Mean For Your Business

The buzz in the tech world right now is all about "The Cloud." But what is it, and what does it mean for small business?
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Brandon Eley, Sep 20

Two Important Lessons from the AWS Failure

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Aaron Osteraas, Sep 18

Heroku Breaks Through: Facebook Cloud Integration

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John Degner, Sep 14

Setting up an EC2 Sandbox, Part 1

If you're an enterprising web application developer, you've no doubt been interested in experimenting with Amazon's cloud offerings in the past few years. Maybe you aim to "survive your success," as is the subtext of Programming Amazon EC2 by Jurg van Vliet and Flavia Paganelli; a struggle I'm sure all of us hope to be confronted with one day. Regardless of your reason for investigating EC2, your time will be well spent. Read the First part of this series on PHPMaster!
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Larry Glover, Sep 12

Finding the Elephant in the Cloud

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Jeff Barr, Sep 07

9 Popular Cloud Use Cases

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David Ogden, Sep 05

Simple KVP System with Amazon S3

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Jeff Kreitner, Sep 01

Rackspace Cloud Files

Rackspace Cloud Files provides unlimited online storage for your public and private files. Public files are downloaded over Akamai's blazing fast content delivery network.
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Adam Bolte, Aug 31

Five Reasons You Need a VPS

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David Ogden, Aug 29

Getting Past the Cloud Hosting Stigma

In the past few years, the “cloud” has become a major buzzword. It’s gotten to the point where, when people hear the word “cloud” they roll their eyes. There are many factors that contribute to this stigma.
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Larry Glover, Aug 25

Seeding for Cloud Bursts

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Jeff Barr, Aug 22

7 Popular Misconceptions About Cloud Computing

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Caleb Ogden, Aug 17

Cloud Computing for Small Business

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David Ogden, Aug 15

Getting Started with the AWS PHP SDK

In the coming weeks I'll be creating a series of tutorials that show you how to do amazing things using Amazon S3 and other Amazon AWS services. This article is designed to give you a running start in using Amazon Web Services.
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Larry Glover, Aug 11

Mobile Apps, Clouds and Cloud Bursts

Many of my developer friends like to tell me, “The web is dead. Long live mobile!” My apologies to them and the subscribers over on BuildMobile… but not so fast, my friends!
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David Ogden, Aug 09

Cloud Storage for Web Designers

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David Ogden, Aug 04

Dynamic Image Delivery with CloudFront

In this article I'll show you how to use Amazon CloudFront to create a lightweight and scalable content delivery system that automatically resizes and formats your images.
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Larry Glover, Aug 01

How to Use Cloud Computing to Create New Business Opportunities

By now, most of the world has defined cloud computing to match their own use of new services and solutions. Every impacted stakeholder in the organization has their own definition of the “cloud” although they may not know what it means in general to IT industry stakeholders.
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Jeff Barr, Aug 01

How to Characterize the Cloud

Now that you have a basic understanding of what a cloud is and how it works, let’s enumerate and dive in to some of its most useful attributes and characteristics. After spending years talking about Amazon Web Services in public forums, I’ve found that characterization is often more effective than definition when it comes to con- veying the essence of the Amazon Web Services, and what it can do.
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Jeff Barr, Aug 01

What's a Cloud?

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Jeff Barr, Aug 01

Six Cloud Usage Patterns

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Aaron Osteraas, Jul 31

Welcome to CloudSpring!