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Building Applications in the Cloud: Concepts, Patterns, and Projects (Paperback)
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Following the familiar "Design Patterns" format, expert cloud developer Chris Moyer introduces proven patterns for cloud platforms from Amazon, Google, and other providers. Moyer demonstrates these patterns at work through extensive example code and case study applications for Amazon Web Services (AWS). As you increasingly move to the cloud, you'll constantly encounter the challenges this book solves. You'll rely on it for years-whenever you need a cloud solution you can trust.
About the Author
Chris Moyer is a recent graduate of RIT, the Rochester Institute of Technology, with a bachelor's degree in Software Engineering. Chris has more than five years experience in programming with a main emphasis on cloud computing. Much of his time has been spent working on the popular "boto "client library, used for communicating with Amazon Web Services. Having studied under the creator of "boto," Mitch Garnaat, Chris then went on to create two web frameworks based on this client library, known as "Marajo "and "botoweb." He has also created large scaled applications based on those frameworks. Chris is currently Vice President of Technology for Newstex, LLC, where he manages the technological development of migrating applications to the cloud, and he also manages his own department, which is actively maintaining and developing several applications. Chris lives with his wife, Lynn, in the New York area.