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Category Archives: Amazon Web Service
Close to the remarkable Spot pricing model announcement, AWS silently started offering Consolidated Billing. For typical AWS user, Consolidated Billing is not a big deal except of the convenience and some cost saving. Consolidated billing dramatically reduces friction for enterprise … Continue reading
November is rainy season in Chennai, despite it we at Amazon Web Services Enthusiasts and Users Group Chennai decided to host a AWS Cloud Workshop on Nov 10. While the Chennai infrastructure got clogged due to rains, (web)Infrastructure as a … Continue reading
Amazon Web Services announced the Amazon Reserved Instance and tweaked the pricing accordingly. It has all the awesomeness, technology advancement, and business innovativeness, that everyone has come to expect from Amazon these days. Yet in my opinion, Reserved Instance is … Continue reading
What is the point of a personal virtual world(Opensim) server like the Sim-OnDemand and what is the point of running it off Amazon Infrastructure? One interesting answer is Visualization. Well, here is a screen shot that illustrates visualization of ListMania … Continue reading
As I mentioned in earlier post, I’m experimenting with AWS DevPay. In this post I’m going to share about a small trick I employed to ensure safety of end user’s API( secret) keys. AWS uses a public-key/secret-key shared secret mechanism … Continue reading
In the last post I mentioned that Sim-OnDemand is a learning by doing initiative in DevPay context. Let me elaborate on Sim-OnDemand a bit. The intended purpose of Sim-OnDemand is as a personal Sim for experimentation, development and testing. Sim-OnDemand: … Continue reading