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  • Sizing Up the AWS Storage Options

    Amazon cloud storage is offered in range of classes and at a range of prices. Evaluate the options before committing data.

  • Untangling DevOps in AWS

    The DevOps model is gaining popularity, and adopting DevOps in AWS is a tantalizing prospect. Using DevOps, there are many perks in AWS, continuous integration and continuous delivery among them. Access our expert guide to incorporating DevOps with AWS and map out your strategy.

  • Making an Instance Decision

    There are plenty of options when picking an AWS instance type, each one purposed differently. It will benefit your workflow to understand which instance type suits your application's needs.

  • The Benefits of Monitoring AWS Performance

    AWS may be a public service, but with AWS performance monitoring, you can ensure it's properly servicing your business. Using AWS monitoring tools, crucial information can be gained on what's going right and wrong. Access this expert guide to learn how to make the most of your AWS tools and find the insights you need.

  • Ensure You're Secure

    Securing AWS requires a cooperative effort. Amazon will safeguard the infrastructure, but users need to be vigilant about protecting applications and data in the cloud.

  • The Best Plan to Avoid the Worst Outcome

    A disaster recovery plan in AWS requires a close look at availability zones, load balancing, secondary sites and testing.

  • Your Role in AWS Security

    This handbook features how AWS's IAM capabilities, particularly the ability to create groups, form the basis for a secure AWS access policy. Plus, uncover FAQs about AWS security as cloud expert Dan Sullivan examines the role OS's can play in bolstering the security of an AWS environment.

  • How to Measure and Cut AWS Costs

    This expert e-guide explores different cost management tools for Amazon Web Services (AWS) so that you can track, manage, and cut costs effectively.

  • Tapping into the Growing AWS Ecosystem

    This expert handbook explores the various types of businesses that comprise the Amazon network of partners, including the differences between standard and advanced levels. Read on to learn about several cloud architects use of software development kits (SDKs) and examine the approaches a business might take when engaging an AWS integrator.

  • Managing AWS Costs

    Access this exclusive e-book to discover tools to help monitor, analyze, and optimize your AWS cloud costs and find out key facts to keep in mind when trying to economically run AWS resources. Also, examine tactics to help gain an understanding of application capacity requirements in order to help determine cloud costs.

  • Why the Cloud Puts the Need for DevOps in Overdrive

    In this guide, you'll uncover expert tips for getting everyone on board with cloud DevOps within your organization. In addition, read on to learn how AWS tools can enable you to address the security concerns that accompany DevOps.

  • Effective Approaches to AWS Cloud Monitoring

    Monitoring performance in AWS may require something beyond native tools such as CloudWatch.

  • AWS billing prompts use of third-party cloud cost analysis tools

    This e-guide highlights how companies, such as Cloudyn Ltd., help companies identify spending patterns and create financial forecasts to keep the financial planning process under control. Learn more about how big data analytics can help consolidate AWS billing accounts.

  • Sorting Storage Options on AWS

    Sorting through AWS Data Storage options is no small task. With a little background, however, you can successfully -- and securely -- choose the right option for your company.

  • When AWS Takes the Wheel: Automate Processes and Functions of Cloud Apps

    Determining the right automation method requires serious consideration. In this three-part e-handbook, programming expert Brian Tarbox delves into the information necessary to understand the ins, outs, and in-betweens of AWS automation.

  • Dollars and Sense: The Economics of AWS

    An Amazon Web Services initiative can't be considered a success unless costs are properly managed. Check out this resource to learn how you can contain AWS costs and determine what your cloud costs will be.

  • The AWS Role in Disaster Recovery

    Amazon Web Services has a unique set of services that can keep your business running if the worst happens.

  • Who's Who? Identity Management a Key to AWS Security

    To protect data in the AWS cloud, be sure you understand the identity management and other security tools available.

  • Put Big Data to Work in AWS

    In this handbook, readers will learn about the technologies needed for big data analytics -- such as Kinesis, Hadoop and Elastic MapReduce -- and how it works in AWS.

  • Getting Started with AWS EC2 Instances

    Creating an Amazon Web Services EC2 instance is not especially complicated, but getting it right means configuring it properly.

  • Reality Sets In for Amazon Web Services

    AWS cloud computing has users lining up. This guide explores the pros, the cons and the questions lingering about Amazon Web Services.

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