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How Security in Tech is Being Reinforced

How Security in Tech is Being Reinforced

In an increasingly digital world, security has become a...

2022 Business Spend Management Benchmark Report

2022 Business Spend Management Benchmark Report

Read the 2022 Coupa Benchmark Report to explore 20...

Cloud Security: Understanding “Shared Responsibility” … and Keeping Up Best Security Practices

Cloud Security: Understanding “Shared Responsibility” … and Keeping Up Best Security Practices

Cloud computing has been around for many years now,...

Webcast: HOW TO SCALE A DATA LITERACY PROGRAM AT YOUR ORGANIZATION

Webcast: HOW TO SCALE A DATA LITERACY PROGRAM AT YOUR ORGANIZATION

Join data & analytics leaders from Starbucks, Cardinal Health,...

How EverQuote Democratized Data Through Self-Service Analytics

How EverQuote Democratized Data Through Self-Service Analytics

During our recent webinar on scaling self-service analytics, AtScale...

Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk

January 21, 2011 No Comments

Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the Elastic Beanstalk beta, a way to automatically handle the deployment details of capacity provisioning, load balancing, auto-scaling, and application health monitoring. There is no charge for Beanstalk and it is initially meant for those familiar with the Apache Tomcat software stack. Elastic Beanstalk developers retain full control over the AWS resources powering their application and can access the underlying resources at any time. Using the AWS Management Console or an integrated development environment (IDE) such as Eclipse to upload your application Beanstalk deploy your application in minutes  without any infrastructure or resource configuration required.  See this page for AWS service pricing on EC2 instances, S3, SimpleDB or Amazon RDS.

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