Following AWS Simple Storage Service (S3) best practices

Feb 21, 2019 7:45:00 PM

Amazon’s S3 (Simple Storage Service) is a valuable storage option for developers of all backgrounds and experiences, it’s straightforward to use, and has many benefits, including: the ability to store both large and small amounts of data at a time convenient to yourself, being a completely scalable and reliable infrastructure, and being a cost-effective choice.

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Topics: Amazon, AWS, Amazon-S3

Amazon DynamoDB vs MongoDB

Jun 3, 2017 11:00:00 PM

In the past few years, we have seen a huge change in trends in the space of databases. A new emerging trend has been the usage of NoSQL ("not only SQL"). NoSQL came into picture when developers realized the need for an agile delivery system which is easily able to process unstructured data. The system needed to be extremely dynamic and relational databases did not quite cut it. A relational database model may not be the best solution for all situations. An alternative, more "cloud-friendly" approach was to employ NoSQL instead. This is where Amazon DynamoDB and MongoDB come in handy.
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Topics: Amazon, AWS, NoSQL, MongoDB, DynamoDB

NewGenApps Tech News-Amazon floats Windows server 2012 into AWS cloud

Nov 21, 2012 7:01:00 PM

  1. Amazon Web Services announced today that it will now offer virtual Windows 2012 server instances as part of its Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) service. For more click Amazon floats Windows Server 2012 into AWS cloud
  2. Google’s latest version of its mobile operating system shipped with a rather embarrassing oversight: December is missing from the date picker in the People app. Read Google Promises To Bring December Back To Android 4.2 “Soon”
  3. Earlier this year a series of stories exposed an odd bug in Apple’s iOS software that allowed stolen iPhones to continue receiving iMessage messages, even if the SIM was deactivated and password changed. Now, we have learned that the bug has been rectified as of Apple’s release of iOS 6 in September. Full story covered in Bug that allowed stolen iPhones to continue receiving iMessages has been fixed in iOS 6
  4. Firefox 17 release introduces new Social API with a preview of the first social integration with Facebook Messenger for Firefox. Read Firefox 17 Launches With New Social API, Preview Of Facebook Messenger Integration
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Topics: Apple, Google, Firefox, Amazon, Apple iOS 6, Mozilla

NewGenApps Tech News- Apple released first bug fix update to iOS 6

Nov 2, 2012 11:16:00 AM

  1. Apple has released the  iOS 6.0.1 update for its portable devices. The update is rolling out now on Apple’s servers and over the air. To get detail information read Apple releases iOS 6.0.1, bringing fix for iPhone 5 OTA updates, keyboard glitches, WiFi performance and more
  2. Physical Google Wallet card. That's happening, and you'll be able to get one, probably soon. For more story read Introducing: The Physical Google Wallet Card - Coming Soon To Google Wallet, And More New Features
  3. Facebook is rolling out search for App Center, allowing users to not only find apps by name but also by keyword such as “cars” or “fitness.” Full story covered in Facebook brings keyword search to App Center
  4. When Apple officially introduced the iPad mini, Amazon was quick to jump on that kind of tactic when it posted a comparison of its own Kindle Fire HD to the 7-inch iPad competitor. To know more read Amazon yanked the Kindle Fire HD-iPad mini comparison because it was wrong
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Topics: Apple, Google, Amazon, iphone 5, Apple iOS 6

NewGenApps Tech News- Google announces Nexus 4 phone, Nexus 10 Tablet

Oct 30, 2012 6:37:00 PM

  1. As has been widely rumored for the past couple of weeks, Google Officially Announces Nexus 4 Smartphone, Nexus 10 Tablet
  2. At Microsoft's official Windows Phone 8 launch, Redmond reveals even more features in its rebooted mobile OS. Microsoft dishes more Windows Phone 8 goods
  3. Microsoft's decision to enable Do Not Track in IE10 by default is still managing to elicit industry criticism. Yahoo! is latest company to ignore IE10's Do-Not-Track setting
  4. Amazon has revealed a bit of detail for how it views Google’s cloud efforts in a lawsuit filed against a former employee on grounds he violated a non-compete clause. For more story read Amazon Reveals How It Views Google’s Cloud Efforts In Suit Filed Against Former Employee
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Topics: Google, Windows 8, Microsoft, Android, Amazon

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