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: 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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