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Amazon AWS kicking A*@. Microsoft gaining ground

Amazon is clearing the leader according to a new report. Amazon Web Services dominates the cloud with 28% of the overall market, with Microsoft Azure making gains but still commanding just 10% of the market.

Full Story: Synergy Research report

Azure

Creating a staging + production environment for a Node.js service on AWS Elastic Beanstalk with Cloudbees as CD service in 51 steps

  1. In AWS:
  2. Login to AWS, add a new AIM user called Jenkins_EBS_Access (or whatever name makes you happy), save the credentials, attach the following policy to the user as an inline, custom policy:
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Continuous Deployment

Web Hosting with Amazon S3 and Route 53

Demo 6 went on the back burner while I re-hosted my site with S3, Route 53, and CloudFront. I found that adding 99,000 GeoJSON files into a child folder of an Intellij project is problematic. 200 more words

Web Development

How to deploy a Spring Boot application to Amazon AWS using Elastic Beanstalk

I have recently started playing with Spring Boot and have been really impressed with everything I’ve seen. If I need to create a RESTful web service, no problem. 914 more words

Development

Montaje de un sistema de mensajería mediante Hazelcast

Introducción

Algo tocado me debí quedar cuando escuché la pregunta de “¿a qué huelen las nubes?“. Desde ese día me ha gustado moverme siempre en el cloud. 2,611 more words

Amazon AWS

Marketing and the Subscription Customer

Subscriptions aren’t just for magazines anymore. Technology companies, retail businesses, industrial services and suppliers, and countless other companies rely on subscriptions to sell goods and services to customers. 214 more words

Anne Janzer

Public Cloud - AWS

The Public Cloud (AWS) serious of article will help you know more about AWS and its commonly used services and how to use them.

The term “Cloud Computing” refers to the on-demand delivery of IT resources via the Internet with pay-as-you-go pricing. 1,339 more words

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