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Amazon Web Services

From: Stuart C.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 10:58 PM

If you are planning a resource/compute/file/distributed/redundant/data-intensive app for
the iPhone/Android or your app, in general, on any given platform,  you are well-advised
to study and master AWS, as you *don't* want your app  being hosted on boxes that could be
taken out by an earthquake/fire/incompetency/etc.

Put them up on the cloud, make them redundant, across world-regions,
gain access via RDP to Windows instances as admin or Linux instances via
SSH with superuser/root, all the right keys/two-factor authentication
and have a very low-cost, reasonable price-point.

Just sat in awe as the OC AWS moderator gave an over-the-top Amazon Web Services presentation:


Instructor's group:


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