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August 16, 2012
by Guntram Bechtold
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How quickly can I scale my capacity both up and down?

The moment you need more instances, you will have to contact the Runinstances. Right from your call the Amazon EC2 will typically set your new instances in the shortest time possible. This speed is due to the fact that the … Continue reading

August 16, 2012
by Guntram Bechtold
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What Can Developers Now Do That They Could Not Before?

The flexible nature of Amazon EC2 enables developers to control the spikes in demand or traffic. For instance, when computing requirements change unexpectedly (go up or down) Amazon EC2 instantly respond. That way, you are able to control how much … Continue reading

August 10, 2012
by Guntram Bechtold
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What Can I do With Amazon EC2?

When you need to configure capacity with minimum friction, you should have Amazon EC2. This is because it works more or less like Amazon simple storage service (Amazon S3) does when it enables “compute” in cloud. Amazon EC2 simple interface … Continue reading

April 24, 2012
by Guntram Bechtold
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Cloudbursting Video Webinar

Who wouldn’t want to maximize control and minimize costs by running a few servers in-house and borrowing public cloud resources when the odd demand spike occurs? This arrangement is particularly appealing if you already have a reason to run at … Continue reading