Monthly Archives: February 2009

j3ffyang @ twitter

My Twitter + Blog + Facebook are integrated 01:38:59 @stonelong Thanks for the book. Received and looking forward to reading it. in reply to stonelong 01:39:59 Bluto is fantastic > http://tinyurl.com/bxnb87 02:47:09 Thanks @JasonWyatt Friend Jason 02:53:09 My twitter+ facebook+ … Continue reading

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j3ffyang @ twitter 2009-02-26

Start working Eucalyptus on school machines. 16:50:01 Does Cloud Computing Mean More Risks to Privacy? > http://tinyurl.com/csyud8 16:16:52 Re-twit > Google + Twitter = Twoogling? > http://tinyurl.com/bnodlw 06:34:31 Re-twit > Amazon S3 now hosts over 40 Billion objects. More details … Continue reading

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Build My Private Open Source Cloud Computing with Eucalyptus

Building a private open source’d Cloud Computing environment isn’t that difficult as you think. Get the code from http://eucalyptus.cs.ucsb.edu and it took me about 3~ 4 days @ my spare time to complete the installation and configuration. This environment shares … Continue reading

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AWS Case Study – MedCommons

Source: http://aws.amazon.com/solutions/case-studies/medcommons/ MedCommons, a health records services provider, gives consumers direct access to their medical information (via web browser or Web service APIs) and allows an easy way to share this information with healthcare providers. These services are evidence of … Continue reading

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Does Amazon S3 really save money?

Source: http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=422225 With a price tag of $0.150/GB/month, storing 1TB of data costs around $150/month on Amazon S3. But this is a recurring amount. So, for the same amount of data it would cost $1800/year and $3600/2-years. And this doesn’t … Continue reading

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