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Category: AWS
AWS SQL Server

AWS Alphabet — Core Concepts for SQL Server DBAs

The alphabet of Amazon Web Services for SQL Server DBAs: AWS, SQL, RDS, EC2, S3, and VPC.

Trevor Banks | August 1, 2017
amazon s3

Amazon S3 Storage for SQL Server Databases

Amazon’s S3 service provides a cost effective and reliable way of storing backups. This blog post shows you how to effectively handle backups using Amazon S3.

Manguirish Sardesai | July 27, 2017
database analytics

Analytics Capabilities of AWS, Azure and Google Cloud

How do Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud compare in the important areas of big data analysis, data visualization and machine learning?

Eric Russo | June 15, 2017

Amazon RDS for Oracle: First Impressions

On Tuesday, Amazon announced availability of an Oracle version of their Relational Database Service (RDS). RDS is one of Amazon’s cloud services.

Jeremiah Wilton | May 26, 2011

Determining optimal Amazon S3 transfer parallelism

Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3) is a robust, inexpensive and highly-available internet data storage service.

Jeremiah Wilton | April 23, 2011

A CEO’s Guide to Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) allows you to add and remove computing services on demand. You pay for only what you use.

Chuck Edwards | April 30, 2010

Amazon Web Services FAQ

The Amazon Web Services (AWS) are a collection of remote computing services (also called web services) offered over the Internet by Amazon.com.

Chuck Edwards | February 11, 2010

Amazon Web Services Packages

To take advantage of Amazon Web Services you don’t need to unload your primary database and applications to the Amazon cloud.

Chuck Edwards | February 11, 2010
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