AWS Re:invnet 2013 Architecture Presentation Highlights
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Old school practices continue to weigh us down in the cloud. In the Architecture Series, the presentations walk us through new ways of building systems for the cloud. My favourite is called “They don’t Hug Back!

They Don’t Hug Back!

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Chris Munns, AmazonWeb Services View here

Traditionally, IT organizations have treated infrastructure like family pets. We name them, we worry about them, and we let them wake us up at 4:00 am. Amazon CTO Verner Vogels has dubbed these behaviours as server hugging and antiquated in today’s cloud infrastructure.

Lumberjacking On AWS Cutting Through What Matters.

Guy Ernest, Solutions Architecture View here

AWS offers services that revolutionize the scale and cost for customers to extract information from large data sets, commonly called Big Data. This session analyzes Amazon Cloudfront logs combined with additional structured data as a scenario for correlating log and transactional data.

High Availability Application Architectures in Amazon Virtual Private Networks

Brett Hollman, Amazon Web Services View here

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) lets you provision a logically isolated section of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud where you can launch AWS resources in a virtual data centre that you define. In this session, you learn how to leverage the VPC networking constructs to configure a highly available and secure virtual data center on AWS for your application.

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