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SD Forum Java SIG - Running Java Applications On Amazon EC2

by Entrepreneur and software developer on Apr 06, 2009

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The Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) is ideally suited to running Java applications. It lets you develop using standard Java software packages such as Tomcat and MySQL and rapidly deploy ...

The Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) is ideally suited to running Java applications. It lets you develop using standard Java software packages such as Tomcat and MySQL and rapidly deploy applications on servers that are provisioned and managed via a web services API. However, because it is a cloud, some aspects of EC2 are very different than a traditional, physical computing environment. In this session you will learn about those differences and how they impact how you handle security, networking, storage and availability. We describe how to use EC2 and the other Amazon web services to develop and deploy Java applications. You will learn how to use EC2 availability zones to deploy highly available applications. We also discuss how to architect secure applications for Amazon EC2.

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