Implementing Cloud Design Patterns for AWS

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Packt Publishing Ltd, Apr 29, 2015 - Computers - 228 pages
This book is aimed at architects, solution providers, and those of the DevOps community who are looking to implement repeatable patterns for deploying and maintaining services in the Amazon cloud infrastructure. Prior experience using AWS is required as the book focuses more on the patterns and not on the basics of using AWS.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Basic Patterns
11
Patterns for High Availability
41
Patterns for Processing Static Data
61
Patterns for Processing Dynamic Data
79
Patterns for Uploading Data
101
Patterns for Databases
117
Patterns for Data Processing
133
Patterns for Operation and Maintenance
159
Patterns for Networking
185
Throwaway Environments
197
Index
203
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Marcus Young recently graduated with a degree in computer science and mathematics before getting involved in system administration and DevOps. He currently works in software automation using open source tools and technologies. His hobbies include playing ice hockey and brewing homebrew beer. He also enjoys hardware projects based on microcontrollers and single board computers.

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