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Four Scalability Obstacles on AWS

With Amazon Web Services’ announcement yesterday that CloudFront now supports POST, PUT, DELETE, OPTIONS, and PATCH requests, and a GIGAOM post, “Five features Amazon Web Services must fix”, I was prompted to complete an idea I had noted a couple of months back. Especially during the transition from traditional local or hosted data center infrastructures … Continue reading

Amazon Steps Up CloudFront, Adds POST Requests – What It Means

Developers have endured a love/hate relationship with Amazon CloudFront since its inception. If you are interested in mobile content delivery, download distribution, or Netflix then it yielded an extremely low-cost Content Delivery Network (CDN) – for outgoing content distribution only. And even as a web developer for large media-heavy sites you could squeeze some performance … Continue reading