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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Joe Germuska tagged ec2

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"Tile Drawer makes designing and hosting custom maps simple and straightforward. The project lets anyone run their own OpenStreetMap server in the cloud with one-step configuration and zero administration. Tile Drawer is a product of Stamen Design’s Michal Migurski."

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"Amazon is now hosting all United States TIGER Census data in its cloud. We just finished moving 140 gigs of shapefiles of U.S. states, counties, districts, parcels, military areas, and more over to Amazon. This means that you can now load all of this data directly onto one of Amazon’s virtual machines, use the power of the cloud to work with these large data sets, generate output that you can then save on Amazon’s storage, and even use Amazon’s cloud to distribute what you make."

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"Running Hadoop on EC2 is easy. We've taken Cloudera's Distribution for Hadoop, and packaged it up in an easy-to-use AMI and associated launch scripts."

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"Select public data sets are hosted on AWS for free as an Amazon EBS snapshot. Any Amazon EC2 customer can access this data… Common use cases for these public data sets would include scientific research, academic studies, and market research. Our goal is to provide easy access to commonly used public data sets like the human genome, astronomy data, and the United States census information."

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"an open-source software infrastructure for implementing "cloud computing" on clusters. The current interface to EUCALYPTUS is compatible with Amazon's EC2 interface, but the infrastructure is designed to support multiple client-side interfaces."

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How the New York Times used Amazon's commodity computing (EC2) and storage (S3) systems and Apache Hadoop to generate 11 million PDFs of archival articles.

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