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Start Using Amazon Web Services in Your ColdFusion Apps
Amazon Web Services provide a wide array of highly scalable tools which solve common problems in modern Web application development. ColdFusion fits right into the AWS ecosystem, and this session will show you just how easy it is to start using AWS in your ColdFusion applications. We'll look at: • Cheap, fast, and easy content storage thanks to ColdFusion's integration with AWS Simple Storage Service (S3) • Creating ColdFusion servers in AWS using the official Adobe ColdFusion Amazon Machine Image • Plug-in points for other AWS services in your ColdFusion applications • A reference architecture for running scalable ColdFusion applications in AWS • Some hard-earned lessons about running Web apps in AWS
About Brian Klaas
Brian Klaas is the Senior Web Systems Designer at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's Center for Teaching and Learning. As the architect for eLearning technology at the School, he leads a team that designs and delivers custom online courseware to students and members of the public health workforce around the globe. In addition to designing software and delivering courses, Brian is the manager of the Johns Hopkins Adobe User Group, teaches "Introduction to Online Learning," and leads faculty training and development courses. Brian has presented on software development and eLearning at conferences throughout the country, including cf.Objective(), NCDevCon, the Adobe ColdFusion Summit, Adobe MAX, UBTech, and CUE.
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