Cloud Computing

Slides and Source Code for my webinar with PostSharp

Following my recent webinar with SharpCrafters on how to setup pseudo real-time performance monitoring using Aspect Oriented Programming and Amazon CloudWatch, I’d like to say thanks to the guys for having me, it was a great fun For anyone interested, the source code is available at: http://aop-demo.s3.amazonaws.com/RTPerfMonDemo.zip If you want to run the demo console …

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Pseudo RealTime performance monitoring with AOP and AWS CloudWatch

This is something I’ve mentioned in my recent AOP talks, and I think it’s worthy of a wider audience as it can be very useful to anyone who’s obsessed with performance as I am. At iwi, we take performance very seriously and are always looking to improve the performance of our applications. In order for …

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S3 – Use using block to get the stream

When you’re using the Amazon S3 client, have you come across the occasional exception that says something like one of these exception messages: “The request was aborted: The connection was closed unexpectedly” “Unable to read data from the transport connection: A blocking operation was interrupted by a call to WSACancelBlockingCall” “Unable to read data from …

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Working with S3 folders using the .Net AWS SDK

If you’ve been using S3 client in the AWS SDK for .Net you might have noticed that there are no methods that let you interact with the folders in a bucket. As it turns out, S3 does not support folders in the conventional sense*, everything is still a key value pair, but tools such as …

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Creating and mounting an EBS volume to a Windows Amazon EC2 Instance

If you’re reading this post you probably already know about Amazon Elastic Block Store, aka Amazon EBS, one of the many services provided by the Amazon Web Services (AWS) ecosystem. An EBS volume can range from 1GB to 1TB and can be mounted to an Amazon EC2 instance as a device, each EBS volume can …

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