Quick OpenEdge on Amazon EC2 Update

Quick OpenEdge on Amazon EC2 Update

January 22, 2010 0 Comments

Last September, at Exchange 2009, I talked about Cloud Computing in general and about Amazon Web Services (AWS) in particular. Since I first started experimenting with Amazon two years ago, Amazon has added many new things and made a lot of improvements. One of the most important is Elastic Block Storage or EBS. It is just the thing for database storage. In September I said we were going to support EC2 as an official OpenEdge environment in the future. Well, the future is (almost) here.

We are now in the midst of our certification testing, which has been going well so far and is nearing completion. Assuming all goes well, you can expect an announcement of support fairly soon. We will also be publishing some white papers that explain step-by-step exactly how you can get started in this new world of on-demand computing.

Gus Bjorklund

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