Another great new post by Jeff, the voice may not be that great, but the visual is good…:
In order to help you to better understand SWF, Balan Subramanian, SWF Product Manager, hosted an hour-long webinar:
Again a good blog by Jeff on AWS Blog…
Do follow to understand security on AWS Cloud…
As you can tell by looking at the AWS Security and Compliance Center, we take security seriously. You can find information about our certifications and accreditations in the center, along with links to four security white papers.
I would also like to recommend a new AWS video to you. In the video, AWS VP and CISO Stephen Schmidt discusses security and privacy in the AWS Cloud, in concrete and specific terms:
Here are my favorite quotes from the video:
No hard drive leaves our facilities intact. Period.
I run security for the company. I don’t have access to our data centers because I don’t need to be there on a regular basis.
If you happen to talk to someone who doesn’t quite grasp what cloud security means, please share this video with them …
Demonstration of infrastructure automation with Amazon Web Services.
Piston Computing plans to build a bridge to EMC VMware’s Cloud Foundry, meaning it will link Piston’s own OpenStack-based cloud IaaS offering. What does this mean for cloud development? It’s the start of many other such integration efforts, I suspect, to battle the meteoric rise of Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Superb Information. Very useful !
The beta launch of Test Drive last week on select Android devices has many developers wondering, how does it work?
Jeff Bar, Amazon Web Services Technical Evangelist, has taken the time to walk through the technology behind Test Drive on the AWS blog. Test Drive is hosted on Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2). The Amazon Appstore team can therefore easily add additional capacity whenever needed and where it makes the most sense with respect to the incoming traffic.