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Amazon Web Services Simple Storage Service (S3)
Scalable Media Hosting with Amazon S3
http://www.digital-web.com/articles/scalable_hosting_s3
Article: "Scalable Media Hosting with Amazon S3," by Amazon Web Services. Discusses knowing how to scale your website, the steps necessary for hosting media files on a website using Amazon S3 (a web services interface for storing and retrieving data), improving website performance, Amazon S3 in action, signing up for Amazon S3, uploading media files, setting up a domain, automatically copying files to Amazon S3, and suggested reading.
Struts-Based Web Application on Amazon S3
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=606&categoryID=135
Tutorial: “Building a Struts-Based Web Application on Amazon S3,” by Dominic DaSilva. Discusses the Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), REST: web services light, Struts: the most widely used Java-based web application framework, anatomy of a Struts application, Struts form beans, Struts actions, building S3 on Struts, logging in to Amazon S3, listing all buckets, creating a bucket, listing all objects in a bucket, bucket actions (delete and setACL), item actions (delete and setACL), using an object to a bucket, downloading an object from a bucket, S3 helper, and running S3 on Struts.
Storage Solution Using Amazon S3, ASP.NET and SOAP
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=774&categoryID=133
Tutorial: “A Generic Storage Solution Using Amazon S3, ASP.NET and SOAP,” by Francis Shanahan. Discusses understanding the architecture, how it works, registering for S3 access, key concepts (including buckets and objects), setting up the project, required parameters, authenticating with S3 (the TimeStamp, calculating the TimeStamp, calculating the signature, and what a digest is), working with buckets (creating a bucket and adding a bucket), listing your buckets, deleting a bucket, uploading objects, permissions, listing a bucket’s contents, and deleting objects.
Amazon S3 Plug-In for Eclipse
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=208&categoryID=58
Tool: “Amazon S3 Plug-In for Eclipse.” The tool provides access to cheat sheets and documentation from within an Eclipse environment.
Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) Forum
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/forum.jspa?forumID=24
Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) Forum. Topics include authenticated access, high performance, tips, FAQs, DevPay, logging charges, sub-buckets, file upload confirmation, and more.
Ruby Library for Amazon Simple Storage Service
http://amazon.rubyforge.org
Ruby Library for Amazon's Simple Storage Service's (AWS::S3) REST API. Discusses getting started, the AWS::S3 basics including the service, buckets, objects, objects and their metadata, and streaming uploads, setting the current bucket, scoping operations to a specific bucket, the BitTorrent (file sharing protocol), downloading large files, access control, using canned access control policies, building custom access policies, pre-prepared grants, accessing private objects from a browser, logging, tracking requests made on a bucket, errors, and accessing the last request's response. Addition resources include documentation, bugs and patches, downloads and browsing the code.
Programming S3, EC2, SQS and FPS
http://www.amazon.com/Programming-S3-EC2-SQS-FPS/dp/0596515812/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1201201782&sr=1-1
Book: Programming S3, EC2, SQS and FPS, by James Murty (March 2008). Discusses how companies can take advantage of Amazon Web Services (AWS), data storage and bandwidth; background and technical detail for using Amazon's subscription-based Simple Storage Service (S3), Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Simple Queue Service (SQS), Flexible Payments Service (FPS), and SimpleDB to build web-scale business applications; learn how to store and retrieve data using application servers, unlimited storage and bandwidth with the S3 service, buy computing time using Amazon’s EC2 interface, use Amazon’s web-scale messaging infrastructure, leverage the Amazon FPS service to structure payment instructions, create and store multiple data sets, query your data, return results using the SimpleDB, and scale up or down as needed.
Amazon Web Services Blog
http://aws.typepad.com
Amazon Web Services Blog. Topics include increasing Amazon S3 data transfer performance, the difference between Amazon FPS (Flexible Payments Service) and DevPay, Amazon EC2 public AMIs (Amazon Machine Images), EC2 Firefox Extension is now open source, Amazon Mechanical Turk features, Amazon SimpleDB, and job listings. Links include recent blogs, RSS feeds, suggested books and more.
Amazon.com Mashups
http://www.amazon.com/Amazon-com-Mashups-Francis-Shanahan/dp/0470097779/ref=pd_bbs_sr_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1201203895&sr=1-3
Book: Amazon.com Mashups, by Francis Shanahan (January 2007). Discusses Web 2.0, the Amazon web service platform, the e-commerce service, the Amazon Mechanical Turk, the Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS), the Amazon Elastic Compute Service, the Amazon Simple Storage service (S3), Alexa, other mashable services, development tools, the technology, mashup techniques, creating your first remix, building your first mashup, putting the browser to work, an Ajax-powered wish list, consumer browser using JSON, improving performance, Amazon mobile, a generic storage solution using Amazon S3, and future ideas.
Community Code from the Amazon Web Services
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/kbcategory.jspa?categoryID=47
Community Code from the Amazon Web Services Developer Connection. A collection of 45 code samples including “Processing Pipeline with Amazon S3, SQS, EC2, Ruby, Rails and ActiveMessaging,” “Amazon S3 Backup Solution (PHP/Perl),” “Erlaws—Amazon Web Services for Erlang” (Erland library for AWS), “Amazon S3 POST Example in Flash,” Amazon S3 POST Example in HTML,” “Another S3 Bash Interface,” “RightScale Ruby Library to Access Amazon EC2, S3 and SQS,” “ThreeSharp—A C# Library and Code for Amazon S3,” “Code Sample for the Economical Use of S3 with Ruby on Rails Article,” “s3-bash” (a collection of BASH scripts), “Alexa Web Information Plug-In for Microsoft Excel 2007,” “lifeguard—Automated Server Pool Management,” source code to “Introduction to AWS for C# Developers,” complete Rails application for “Introduction to AWS for Ruby Developers,” source code for “Introduction to AWS for PHP Developers,” sample code for “Running Hadoop MapReduce on Amazon EC2 and S3,” “Scale Up Your Silverlight Application Using Amazon S3,” “S3OSCache to Store Cached Data on Amazon S3,” “Turbocharge Your ASP.NET Site with Amazon S3 (VB.NET),” “boto—AWS for Python” (a Python library for AWS), “J2ME and J2SE Toolkit for Amazon S3,” “Turbocharge Your ASP.NET Site with Amazon S3,” “Simple Command-Line Access to Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3,” “Amazon S2 Bucket Browser with DIME Support in C#,” “s3sync and s3cmd in Ruby,” “JetS3t—An Open Source Java Toolkit for Amazon S3,” “What’s that Tune?” (mashup), “AWS::3S—A Ruby Library for the Amazon S3 REST API,” “Test Utility for Amazon S3 in PHP,” “Amazon S3 Bucket Browser in C#,” “Amazon S3 Signature Tester in JavaScript,” “Amazon S3 Key Management,” “S3Shell in Java,” “Amazon S3 Redirects Sample in Ruby,” “Amazon S3 Market Data Sample in Perl,” “Amazon S3 Library for REST in Ruby, “Amazon S3 Library for REST in Python,” “Amazon S3 Library for REST in Java,” “Amazon S3 Library for SOAP in Java,” “Amazon S3 Library for REST in C#,” “Amazon S3 Library for SOAP in C#,” “Amazon S3 Authentication Tool for Curl,” “Amazon S3 Pani Perl Wiki in Ruby,” and “Amazon S3 Sample in PHP.”
Amazon Web Services Developer Connection
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/forumindex.jspa
Forums: Amazon Web Services Developer Connection. Topics include Amazon Associates Web Services, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Amazon Flexible Payments Service, Amazon Mechanical Turk, Amazon Simple Storage Service, Alexa Site Thumbnail, Alexa Top Sites, Alexa Web Information Service, Alexa Web Search, Amazon DevPay, and Amazon SimpleDB.
Browse Amazon Web Services
http://www.amazon.com/web-services-aws-home-page/b/ref=sc_fe_l_2?ie=utf8&node=15763381&no=3435361&me=a36l942tsj2aja
Browse Amazon Web Services site. Lists the Amazon web services and provides a brief description of what each service does. The services listed include the Amazon Associates Web Service (A2S), the Amazon Elastic Compute (Amazon EC2), the Amazon Flexible Payments Service (Amazon FPS), the Amazon Mechanical Turk, the Amazon SimpleDB, the Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), the Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS), the Alexa Site Thumbnail, the Alexa Top Sites, the Alexa Web Information Service and the Alexa Web Search. Links are provided to the information page for each service.
Amazon Web Services Developer Connection
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com
Amazon Web Services Developer Connection site. Online home for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) developer community. Resources include links to resource centers for Amazon Associates Web Services, Amazon DevPay, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Amazon Flexible Payments Service, Amazon Mechanical Turk, Amazon Simple Storage Service, Amazon SimpleDB, Amazon Simple Queue Service, the Alexa Site Thumbnail, Alexa Top Sites, Alexa Web Information Service, Alexa Web Search, C#, Java, PHP. Ruby, and Submit a Resource; discussion forums including the developer Connection, Amazon Web services, Discussion in other languages and other topics; and a Solutions catalog including Solutions For ..., and Browse by Service.
Build an Infinitely Scalable Infrastructure
http://highscalability.com/build-infinitely-scalable-infrastructure-100-using-amazon-services
Article: "Build an Infinitely Scalable Infrastructure for $100 Using Amazon Services," by Todd Hoff. Discusses why use external services?, Amazon ECS (E-Commerce service), Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service), Amazon SQS (Simple Queue Service), Amazon EC2 (grid service), the GigaVox Media example web-scale architecture, and lessons learned.
AWS Application: “What’s That Tune?”
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=527
“What’s That Tune?” from Amazon Web Services. This is a mashup using three Amazon Web Services. The application records audio from a user and saves it to the Amazon Simple Storage service (S3), creates a HIT (Human Intelligence Tasks) in Amazon Mechanical Turk, uses the results of the HIT to search for related albums on Amazon.com using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud service. Resources include prerequisites, running the sample and general notes.
Amazon Web Services Solutions Catalog : RSS Feeds
http://solutions.amazonwebservices.com/connect/rss.jspa?feed=rss/rssmessages.jspa?rssusername=mdavidpeterson
RSS Feeds: Amazon Web Services Solutions Catalog. A listing of all the Amazon Web Services RSS feeds available. Topics include Forum feedbacks, forum tips, Amazon Associates Web Service, Amazon Flexible Payments Service, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Amazon Simple Storage Service, Amazon Simple Queue Service, Alexa Site Thumbnail, Alexa Top Sites, Alexa Web Information Service, Alexa Web Search, Amazon SimpleDB, Web services Beta feedback, known issues, web services feature requests, web services bug reports, marketplace seller API, and web services code samples.
AWS Simple Monthly Calendar
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=841&categoryID=58
Tool: “AWS Simple Monthly Calendar,” by Jinesh Varia. This tool helps to calculate the monthly costs of using Amazon S3, EC2 and SQS web services. Features include best case and worst case scenarios and help in identifying areas of development (to help reduce user costs).
Google Code: PHP Library for Using AWS
http://code.google.com/p/php-aws
PHP library for using Amazon Web Services (AWS) (including S3, EC2, SQS and MTurk) from Google Code. This is a collection of classes for the AWS platform. Classes currently available include Simple Storage Service (S3), Simple Queue Service (SQS), Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Mechanical Turk (MTurk). Addition projects include Raven SEO Tools, Edoceo S3 Toolkit (a command line S3 utility), and Basejumper.com (exports Basecamp accounts into activeCollab). Links are provided to downloads, the project wiki, issues and more.
Amazon Web Services Servoy Plugin
http://code.google.com/p/amazon-web-services-servoy-plugin
Amazon Web Services Servoy Plugin from Google Code. This plugin if for third party libraries interfacing with AWS so they can be accessed through JavaScript in Servoy. Currently available for the Simple Storage Service (S3) and the Simple Queue Service (SQS).
Introduction to AWS for Java Developers
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=848&categoryID=55
Tutorial: “Introduction to AWS for Java Developers,” by Richard Monson-Hafel. Discusses what Amazon web services are, accessing AWS: SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) vs. REST (Representational State Transfer); and using Java with Amazon S3, Amazon SQS and Amazon EC2.
Monster Muck Mashup—Video Conversion w/AWS
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=691&categoryID=55
Tutorial: “Monster Muck Mashup—Mass Video Conversion Using AWS,” by Mitch Garnaat. Discusses building a video conversion service using Amazon Web Services (including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), and Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS)), putting the pieces together, building the EC2 image, building the conversion service, the message structure, converting the video, the arguments, and additional resources.
Using Amazon S3 from Amazon EC2 with Ruby
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=931&categoryID=55
Tutorial: “Using Amazon S3 from Amazon EC2 with Ruby,” by Jack Herrington. Discusses Amazon S3 and Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud), installing and using S3Sync, EC2 command-line utilities, and how to set up an Amazon EC2 image.
Economical Use of Amazon S3 with Ruby on Rails
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=955&categoryID=55
Tutorial: “Economical Use of Amazon S3 with Ruby on Rails,” by Robert Dempsey. Discusses Amazon S3 pricing, the obvious solution, pack it up and ship it out, pack and store, and the next level.
Small Business Backup System Using Amazon S3
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=1149&ref=featured
Tutorial: “Building a Small Business Backup System Using Amazon S3,” by Thomas Myer. Discusses the solution to small business backup needs: Amazon S3, what Amazon S3 is, how to sign up, buckets and objects, creating your PHP backup script, listing objects in a bucket, deleting all objects in a bucket, and multithreading the bucket process.
Scalable Media Hosting with Amazon S3
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=1073&ref=featured
Tutorial: “Scalable Media Hosting with Amazon S3,” by Craig Noeldner and Mike Culver. Discusses Amazon S3, Amazon S3 in action, signing up for Amazon S3, uploading your media files, setting up your domain, automatically copying files to Amazon S3 and learning more about S3.
Turbocharge Your ASP.NET Site with Amazon S3
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=795&categoryID=55
Video: “Turbocharge Your ASP.NET Site with Amazon S3,” presented by Mike Culver. This 28-minute video demonstrates an ASP.NET application built on Amazon S3.
Firefox Organizer for Amazon S3 (S3Fox)
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=771&categoryID=58
Tool: “Firefox Organizer for Amazon S3 (S3Fox).” Integration of S3 with Firefox to help organize, manage and store files and for working with Amazon S3 buckets and objects.

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Update :: December 17, 2017