Tag Archives: Sim-OnDemand

Sim-OnDemand application : Opensim as data visualization tool

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

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DevPay, AWS learning: End User Key Safety

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

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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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AWS DevPay: Learning by Doing – Making Money With OpenSource

AWS DevPay is one of lesser publicized and presumably under utilized service by Amazon Web Services. A Platform + Community play becomes an growing, thriving ecosystem when barriers of making money off the ecosystem are reduced. DevPay makes it possible … Continue reading

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