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  • Amazon Launches Cheap CDN for SMB Web Publishers

    Well known as being the pioneer for cloud computing services, Amazon has released the beta version of its latest initiative -- a content delivery network. Amazon's CloudFront CDN is cheap enough that SMB web publishers are now able to serve their more popular content to their customers quickly and easily.

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  • Amazon EC2 Drops Beta, Offers Windows Environment

    An integral part of Amazon's cloud computing services is showing a sign of maturity, while adding a much anticipated element. The Elastic Compute Cloud (aka EC2), which facilitates a Linux server environment as a service for Web developers, has come out of beta. Additionally, as previously rumored, Amazon.

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  • New Bamboo's Platform Sounds Cute and Promising

    New Bamboo, a software company that’s been developing solutions using the infamous Ruby on Rails since its conception, released Panda -- a new Open Source platform designed for the easy uploading, transcoding and streaming of videos on websites.Panda-Monium Demands for better video management on the web are steadily increasing.

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  • Quick Reference Cards for Amazon Web Services

    We've recently discovered two resources that will make your life a little easier should you work with Amazon Web Services (AWS) either as a data manager or developer. Ylastic is a tool built upon AWS Infrastructure Services.

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  • Amazon Cloud to Support Windows Servers Shortly

    Amazon has recently informed its AWS customers that Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) will allow users to run Microsoft Windows Server or Microsoft SQL Server later this fall. For those who take advantage of those two Microsoft products, this is surely news to get excited about.

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  • Oracle Enters Amazon's Computing Cloud

    Amazon Web Services (AWS), a provider of Internet data storage and delivery services, is expanding options for developers and enterprises looking to host their databases on the AWS cloud computing platform.

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  • Amazon Accepts Facebook's Friend Request

    You've got an idea for the next great Facebook application, assuming Scrabulous and Vampires are not great enough, and you want the application to be available to all 55 million active (and growing) Facebook members.

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