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Creating a simple nodejs API on AWS (including nginx)

On a recent project I was part of a team developing an AngularJS website with a C# ASP.NET backend API hosted in Azure.  It was a great project as I got to work with a bunch of new tools, but it got me wondering on how simple it could be to use a Javascript API instead.  1,100 more words

Application Development And Integration

Amazon allows renting of dedicated physical servers!

Amazon Web Services has officially launched a new service where users can rent a dedicated physical server. The new service called EC2 Dedicated Hosts, allows customers to allocate an actual physical server in a specified region to run one or more EC2 instances on top of it. 263 more words


Google Cuts Off Parental Support for Google 'Moonshots'

Remember all that stuff about the Google reboot under the new Alphabet corporate parent organization that would give pet tech projects some breathing room? Well, there’s been a reboot of that reboot. 392 more words


Interact with Amazon Redshift by using dbVisualizer Free

These instruction show you how to download and configure dbVisualizer 9.2.13 software free edition. DbVisualizer is a feature rich, intuitive multi-database tool for developers and database administrators, providing a single powerful interface across a wide variety of operating systems. 377 more words

I Want To Run Stateful Containers, Too

Using Amazon for everything feels wrong to me — a bit like the rebels in Star Wars renting a Star Destroyer from Darth Vader rather than recruiting the Millennium Falcon to fight the Empire. 2,127 more words


Amazon’s AWS Is Growing Up; Should You Be Scared?

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the undisputed leader in infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). Historically, this meant focusing on low-level “building block” services such as object storage, scalable compute and caching. 940 more words


Google Has a More Flexible Way to Buy Its Cloud

Google on Wednesday announced a set of new custom cloud capabilities that should make it easier for customers to select the cloud resources that best meet their needs, while cutting down on a common problem—buying more capability than needed. 372 more words