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Amazon Web Services

  • Email
    Getting Started With Amazon Simple Email Service (SES)Awws preview
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    In this tutorial I am going to talk about Amazon’s Simple Email Service (SES) and go over a few ways you can utilise it.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Installing WordPress in the Amazon CloudCloud
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    This guide will provide you a detailed, step by step approach to setting up your WordPress blog at AWS in a high performance, economical fashion using an AWS micro (or small) instance running on Apache. A follow up tutorial covers how to optimize its performance with Varnish Cache and the W3 Total Cache plugin. Using these approaches, I've successfully run my own site in the Amazon cloud for the past two years and survived many mentions on Slashdot, BoingBoing and other high traffic sites.Read More…
  • Scaling & Caching
    Deploy Your WordPress Blog to the CloudPreview
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    For the last decade, hosting a large scale web application has been a daunting task, reserved only for experts. Not anymore; when Amazon opened its server architecture, everything changed. Computer hardware moved to the cloud, and became available to any and all developers. In this tutorial, we will install WordPress in the cloud. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Using AWS S3 to Power Your Digital World200x200
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    As a designer, web developer, and techie-geek, I need a versatile and robust data storage solution that I can afford, but also use without learning some new language. So far, I've only found one service that can handle the large majority of my needs. This article covers how I use the Amazon Web Services Simple Storage Service (AWS S3) to meet most of my needs.Read More…
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