Resilience and reliability
The cloud has achieved an air of invincibility. Solutions such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) make cloud computing look so much more appealing however building a good application on any platform is difficult. In addition, there will always be outages, small and large. Are you prepared to handle them?
Resilience and Reliability on AWS helps you answer that and many other questions. This book prepares infrastructure engineers to handle outages in their cloud systems. You’ll learn how the cloud works and discover why AWS and other cloud computing services are not only cheaper. Cloud computing services are also more reliable than building your own cloud system.
It’s always been possible to run Java applications on Amazon EC2. Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk makes this process easier, especially if you understand how it works beneath the surface. This concise, hands-on book not only walks you through Beanstalk for deploying and managing web applications in the cloud. You will also learn how to use this AWS tool in other phases of development.
Ideal if you’re a developer familiar with Java applications or AWS. Elastic Beanstalk provides step-by-step instructions and numerous code samples for building cloud applications on Beanstalk that most of all can handle lots of traffic.
Programming Amazon EC2
The end-to-end approach in this book will save you needless trial and error when you plan to use Amazon Web Services and run applications in the cloud. You will find practical guidelines for designing and building applications with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). Also it describes a host of supporting AWS tools. The focus is on critical issues such as load balancing, monitoring, and automation.
Programming Amazon EC2 not only helps you get started. It will also keep you going once you’re successfully positioned in the cloud. This book is a must-read for application architects, developers and administrators.