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Amazon Web Services For Dummies (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 20. September 2013

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Learn to:
* Get acquainted with the AWS(r) toolset
* Implement a website that utilizes AWS
* Manage AWS usage and costs
* Use Amazon Glacier(tm) to store large quantities of data
Go to the cloud to build dynamic websites, take payments, store objects, and do so much more
Here's your ticket to the cloud Amazon cloud, that is! Let this book serve as your tour guide as you discover all of the amazing things you can do with Amazon Web Services. From building dynamic websites and creating a blog to launching an e-commerce store and developing rich applications, you'll never want to come back down.
* Decisions, decisions - from S3 to EBS, determine which AWS storage service to use
* Take a big stretch - find out how to use Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, including choosing images, selecting deployment options, and designing new EC2 images
* Lock it up - put the best security measures in place as you explore the Cloud Computing Trust Boundary, AWS security groups, and the AWS Virtual Private Cloud
* Leveraging the AWS ecosystem - get up to speed on using third party services, adding application functionality, and integrating partner products
"This is a great resource for anyone considering the jump into cloud computing. Golden accurately explores the roster of AWS services while clearly illustrating ways for developers to make applications easier to build and manage. He manages to address both business requirements and technical content in a way that will appeal to almost any audience." - Jeff Barr, Sr. Technology Evangelist, Amazon Web Services
Open the book and find:
* All about the Amazon business philosophy
* Basics of the AWS API
* Details for setting up AWS storage
* Hints for using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud
* How to use AWS core services
* Tips for building a simple blog
* Steps for creating an effective e-commerce site
* Ways to leverage the AWS ecosystem for your needs

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Bernard Golden is vice president in charge of enterprise solutions at Dell Enstratius Networks, a global cloud computing management software company. He was named one of the Top Ten Influential People of Cloud Computing by Wired magazine in 2012.

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I was hoping for a hands-on approach, with some worked out real world examples of how to use all amazon services together but ended up disappointed. I think the best way to learn AWS is to read through some online tutorial examples provided (for free!) by amazon itself. This book reads like a +300p advertisement trying to convince readers how great AWS actually is.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen I was disappointed in this 9. Februar 2014
Von Brent Butler - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
When I consider using a book like this, I want to see step by step instructions on how to do commonly desired tasks. What I found instead is more of an AWS dictionary with some advice mixed in here and there.

For example, do you want to set up a network where some or all of your AWS server instances can interact with each other? There's a great looking chapter title in the book. It talks about it for a few pages. Does it anywhere show where to start and what to do in order to accomplish this?


That's what I was looking for.

I found very little in this book that isn't just regurgitated from the AWS documentation and marketing materials. Instead, it needs to be hands on.

By the way, the AWS documentation doesn't do much of a job of teaching you how to use AWS either, but that's another story that a review of this book isn't really the place for. Suffice it to say that if you have just created some servers in AWS, this book isn't going to get you very far in terms of nuts and bolts.

It will explain what most of the possibilities are, and that's helpful enough to get it a second star.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good reference for newbies in AWS 8. April 2014
Von Israel Romero Rojas - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I had no previous experience with AWS and the information available on amazon was not easy to follow for me since I didn't had any reference of the different components and their functions and I couldn't find a reference inside AWS documentation that would exemplefy this in general.

This book helped me to understand the big picture of the services available in AWS and the implication of configuration options of the most commonly used services. I'm sure it will be useful as a reference for a little while, which is basically the function of this type of "basic" guides.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A must-read for small businesses 8. November 2013
Von Personne - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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After many years in the world of corporate engineering, I started up my own company and began selling software on the web a year or so ago. As anyone in a similar situation knows, there's a lot to learn when you take that approach. Although there are many basic solutions to putting together a web store, your needs will grow as your business grows. Whether it's your website, offline storage, order fulfillment or product downloads, there's a constant learning process that's absolutely critical to maintaining your business. I've reached the point where the basic techniques that got me off the ground are becoming inadequate.

Enter Amazon Web Services, a powerful and scaleable approach to getting things done. It's easy enough to hit the website, start an account and do a few basic things. But if you're anything like me, there's often no substitute for sitting down with a book and a highlighter to get a basic overview. This 'Dummies' book is an excellent first step. It's readable and informative (if not well proof-read), laying out basic principles and then describing each service in turn. Of course it doesn't go into full depth--that would require thousands of pages that would need to change as rapidly as the service itself--but it's enough to give you the picture of what you need and how you can get started. It also gave me ideas about new things I could do in the future.

There are many reasons to be cautious about cloud services, and the author addresses those honestly and carefully. There is (and really always has been) the need for good security practices within your company walls. But this book makes the demarcation between you and Amazon clear and understandable, building confidence in the way you can approach security practices.

For those who've labored within large company walls (and my former company was in the Fortune 500), you know how maddening IT departments can be. You may need an engineering solution NOW, but IT manages to turn that simple request into weeks of forms, approvals and obfuscation. With a bit of luck, those IT 'professionals' will be soon looking for other work. If you're up to it and willing to enter a process of constant self-education, you can get what you need in hours or minutes instead of weeks. This book is a good down-payment on that process.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Workmanlike but already aging... 2. September 2015
Von Stuart Housden - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Due to the rapid pace of development of AWS it is already out-of-date in parts. Would really appreciate access to updated versions (e.g. web pages offering "addenda") of exercises that are no longer possible due to the way Amazon has changed their offerings.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Does a good job introducing Amazon Web Services 3. November 2013
Von Stephanie Sullivan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I love when I hear people in business say something like "Why don't we just use the cloud?" The proverbial cloud is something widely spoken about yet narrowly understood. Like real world clouds in the sky the scope and boundaries are changing and not so well defined. So a "dummies" book for Amazon's cloud offering is both needed and natural.

Bernard Golden does a very credible job introducing the new user to Amazon Web Services (AWS). Then he goes beyond and discusses the aspects of AWS spending a lot of time on storage options, EC2 computing resources, and then detail on other services like relational database support, networking options, and related application area.

Throughout the book explanations of how things work are presented with examples of pricing and discussions of scenarios that can be helpful at determining if AWS is the right solution for your application. There are also examples of where real-world businesses are making use of AWS either to supplement their infrastructure or provide primary services (like Netflix).

One of the things I found most interesting was the glacier AWS storage option. I'll be looking there to provide economical off-site backup storage for some of my client's.

The presentation does have a what seemed to me to be a few quirky moments. One that comes to mind is the discussion of API's and SOAP vs REST. It seemed too detailed for that point of the discussion, but not detailed enough to be helpful for someone trying to use it. But these seem few and not really significant.

To get someone started with AWS this is a book I will recommend. It appears to fit the apparent target of a "dummies" series book well within its subject area and likely audience. This makes Amazon Web Services for Dummies a 5 star book in my opinion. Well done Bernard Golden.
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