For a while, I’ve wondered what all the difference Amazon cloud computing services were. With unfamiliar jargon and technical hyperbole, I came to believe that it was an entirely new way of thinking. It turns out it isn’t, thanks to this primer on amazon web services on Ars Technica. A virtual machine is still a virtual machine; it’s just called an “instance” in Amazon parlance. Short and sweet, the article just made cloud computing more accessible to me.
Ars Technica explains Amazon Web Services
Posted on March 26, 2012 in Information Technology