Tag Archives: AWS DevPay

Sim-OnDemand: OpenSim on EC2- Personal Virtual World Server

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

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Amazon Elastic Block Store and Opensim

The announcement of Elastic Block Store has opened the flood gates for new methods of using, distributing, and monetizing opensource software. The very nature of opensource software is that it is emergent – always getting enhanced by the community. Opensim … Continue reading

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Making money with Amazon DevPay: Getting Started

One thing that differentiates AWS is how money is figured out neatly. Recently I was getting my hands dirty with AWS DevPay to learn how the premium EC2 AMIs really work. Before that, if you wish to use DevPay, you … Continue reading

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Take Over The Sky – Slowly

Amazon and Jeff Bezos are all set to take over the world – in their typical way – Slowly. With the announcement of AWS DevPay today closely following SimpleDB announcement last week, the game is getting interesting by the hour. … Continue reading

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