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A detailed overview of the benefits and technology behind Amazon Web Services stack. The presentation discusses general and specific use cases for each web service.

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    How to run your startup on Amazon Web Services, by Alex Iskold How to run your startup on Amazon Web Services, by Alex Iskold Presentation Transcript

    • Running Your Startup on Amazon Web Services Alex Iskold Founder/CEO AdaptiveBlue Feature Writer ReadWriteWeb
    • This session is about: Amazon Web Services (AWS) - robust, scalable and affordable infrastructure for cloud computing.
    • We will cover:  The Basics of Cloud Computing  The Benefits of Using Amazon Web Services  Amazon Web Services Stack  How AdaptiveBlue is using AWS  How you can get started using AWS
    • Basics of Cloud Computing
    • Basics of Cloud Computing Scalable Hardware Layer
    • Basics of Cloud Computing Software Infrastructure Layer Grid Storage Queue Service Service Service Scalable Hardware Layer