Category: Amazon CloudFront

Amazon Web Services to Google Cloud Platform Service Mapping

May 7, 2015 | By | 4 Comments
Amazon Web Services to Google Cloud Platform Service Mapping

As a Developer Advocate on the Google Cloud Platform team, I am frequently asked what services we provide.  If the person I’m talking to is familiar with Amazon Web Services (AWS), the quickest way to jump start an explanation of Google Cloud Platform is to start with a comparison to AWS’s similar services, then cover […]

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My Adobe MAX session – Migration to the Cloud – How Do I Get There?

September 20, 2011 | By | 1 Comment
My Adobe MAX session – Migration to the Cloud – How Do I Get There?

During the past year, I’ve learned a lot about various cloud computing offerings including Amazon EC2 / S3 / CloudFront / Beanstalk / RDS / etc., Rackspace Cloud, Salesforce.com, Cloud Foundry, Heroku, and of course, the growing number of Adobe cloud-related offerings.  I’ve also learned that “cloud” is probably the most overused word I’ve come […]

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Distributing content world wide using Amazon CloudFront

October 5, 2010 | By | 6 Comments
Distributing content world wide using Amazon CloudFront

A few days ago, I announced that many of the samples in Tour de Flex are now hosted in 16 distributed locations.  As promised, here are the details: Prior to last Friday, most of the Tour de Flex samples were hosted from a dedicated server in California.  For those of us in the US, the […]

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