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Alan R. Earls - Independent Writer

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At first glance, Amazon Web Services may seem as user-friendly as a point-and-click consumer app. But as many customers can attest -- and as the history of software proves -- the reality can be much more complex. With organizations far and wide flocking to the cloud computing platform, it's growing ever more important to look beyond the hype.

Don't be scared: In this handbook, our editors have compiled answers to some of the most common and pressing questions regarding the managing, monitoring and addressing of potential problems in the AWS cloud. Readers will get an introduction to how the AWS Management Console -- the central point for managing all your AWS resources -- really works. Next, industry analysts highlight some of the most common traps users fall into -- the AWS “gotchas.” We close with a study on how to properly, and effectively, select third-party management and monitoring tools.   Access >>>

Table of contents

  • Stay in control of the AWS Management Console
  • Don't let AWS quirks get the best of you
  • Third-party tools assuage AWS implementation woes

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Alan R. Earls - Independent Writer

Alan R. Earls is a Boston-based freelance contributor who writes... Read More

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