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Patterns for Solving Problems in Serverless Architectures

From Serverless Architectures on AWS by Peter Sbarski

In this article, you will learn about useful patterns for solving design problems in serverless architectures.

Amazon Route 53 and DNS: what’s in a name?

From Learn Amazon Web Services in a Month of Lunches by David Clinton

Until something breaks, you normally won’t spend a lot of time thinking about DNS servers – unless, of course, you want your customers to be able to access your website by its plain text name. For that to happen, you’ll have to reserve the name you’d like with a domain name registrar. The job of a registrar is to update the indexes used by the big DNS servers, so that translation requests from anyone on the Internet can be quickly satisfied. Once you’re over that critical hurdle, you can go back to ignoring DNS once again.

Provisioning a More Robust EC2 Website

From Learn Amazon Web Services in a Month of Lunches by David Clinton

Creating simple “Hello World” web pages is nice, but considering what’s on display, do you suppose anyone will drop by for a visit? Adding the kind of killer content that’ll have people falling over each other to get a good look at your site is your department, but assuming that the hordes are on their way, what’s next?

Let’s learn how to prepare for those hordes by choosing the right blend of AWS resources to meet our unique needs.

AWS: Using redundant EC2 instances to increase availability

By Michael Wittig and Andreas Wittig

In this article, excerpted from Amazon Web Services in Action, we discuss how EC2 instances can be made fault-tolerant by using redundancy and synchronous decoupling.

Understanding Infrastructure as Code

By Michael Wittig and Andreas Wittig
In this article, excerpted from Amazon Web Service in Action, we will explain Infrastructure as Code.

Understanding Infrastructure as Code (PDF)

Amazon Web Services: Using S3 for static web hosting

By Michael Wittig and Andreas Wittig
In this article, excerpted from Amazon Web Services in Action, we cover how to create an S3 bucket and how to configufe it for static web hosting.

Amazon Web Services: Using S3 for static web hosting (PDF)

Building a Fault-Tolerant System on AWS

From Amazon Web Services in Action, Second Edition
Building a fault tolerant system on AWS

Comparison of Backing up and Archiving Data On-Location and on AWS

From Amazon Web Services in Action, Second Edition
Comparison of backing up and archiving data on-premise and on AWS

Running a JEE Application with Enterprise Networking on AWS

From Amazon Web Services in Action, Second Edition
Running a JEE application with enterprise networking on AWS

The Benefits of Running a Web Shop on AWS

From Amazon Web Services in Action, Second Edition
Run a web shop on AWS with CDN for better performance, load balancer for high availability and managed database to decrease maintenance costs

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