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Host Your Internet site On The Cloud is your detailed overview of this innovative technique to hosting and also managing your internet applications.
Cloud computer provides you the tools you need to prepare and also manage a website traffic onslaught. You'll have the self-confidence to hold up against a website traffic rise without melting your web servers or sending you into bankruptcy.
There are a number of ways to utilize the cloud to host existing applications, gain innovative brand-new ones, and improve the cost-effectiveness as well as effectiveness or companies huge and tiny.
You'll discover how you can:
gain a complete understanding of cloud computingmaster the fundamentals of Amazon Web Servicesinstall and set up visual as well as command line toolsstore, recover, and also distribute data quickly and easilybuild applications that scalemanage the tracking, load balancing, and also scaling abilities of cloud computingAs a designer, you require space & adaptability to be ingenious. Why lose time stressing over the technical elements of web server capacity? AWS handles safety and security, tons harmonizing, and also web server sources essentially so you're not restricted to one physical web server.
- File Size: 2709 KB
- Print Length: 300 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: SitePoint; 1 edition (September 21, 2010)
- Publication Date: February 1, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00TJ6UXF8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Great overview – hoping Amazon pushes updates
3 people found this helpful.
I thought this book was well written. It is organized in a logical fashion, and it’s obvious the author loves his work. Sometimes that’s not apparent in more technical tomes. Mr. Barr does a great job balancing the time spent explaining and the time walking through examples so I think both top-down and bottom-up learners will get a lot of use out of this book. I’m not a programmer by trade, just someone that likes to tinker and knows enough about programming and web services to be dangerous. After reading the book and going through the example code projects, I now feel comfortable in my ability to analyze when a particular AWS is a good fit for a problem, and how to best utilize it’s strengths. There’s not much more you can ask for from a book on this topic.
Makes a good AWS dictionary, but not much else
One person found this helpful.
I bought this book to help me move my website into Amazon Web Services. For starting fresh with the service it did help me find my way around and learn the jargon, but that was about it. It is definitely geared more to folks who are looking for solutions other than a web host with AWS (not that it’s their fault it just isn’t something that is going to be much help to someone who isn’t interested in everything else AWS can do).
Should be titled "An Overview Amazon Web Services"
40 people found this helpful.
I bought this book expecting to learn how to move my website into the cloud. I already had a vague understanding of Amazon’s AWS, and was looking for a straightforward explanation of the best practices and methods for moving away from a standard hosting setup. However, this book provided NONE of that.
The best book written on how to get started in the Amazon Cloud
22 people found this helpful.
My teams in two companies have now built solutions that used AWS and the Amazon Cloud Solution including systems that serve users with millions of page-views and mobile solutions serving the US, Mexico, China, Taiwan, Korea, ….
Very Good Book on AWS
5 people found this helpful.
I found this book to be a very good introduction into the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Computing platform. I’ll admit to be being a little bit overwhelmed by AWS’ offerings; i.e., Cloudfront, S3, EC2, SimpleDB, SNS, SQS, etc. This book pretty much clears everything up about AWS in understandable and clear language. It gave me plenty of ideas of how and what I could accomplish in using AWS; i.e., a website, an application platform, private computing resources, and more…
Starting standard, but not a "bible" like some say
6 people found this helpful.
This is definitely a good starter for developer to understand AWS-services. Too bad it is not updated with the latest offerings while I understand that the innovation speed is going fast.
If you are new or curious about AWS…you need to buy this book
One person found this helpful.
Very good book. I was wondering about this book for a long time. I noticed the last post mentioned the new free tier for AWS and was assured people like the read. Currently I’m using this book and AWS to get up to speed on the Cloud and how CMS systems (Django). If you need hand holding in book form ( I need this all the time ) I suggest buying this book.
Unique, good book
2 people found this helpful.
Very good book, that shows also for beginners, how to set up a website with Amazon EC2, RDS, S3 and CloudFront!
Convoluted, Mixed Up, Poorly Planned
4 people found this helpful.
I probably should have given this book one star, but I have found some crumbs of useful information in it.