In the October 2011 digital issue of Dr. Dobb's Journal, we guide you through the connectivity and platform options for hosting databases in the cloud, show you how to get started in the cloud with Amazon Web Services, look back at single inheritance classes in C, and more!
In This October Digital Issue:
- Cloud Databases: Connectivity and Platform Options
By Ken North
Selecting a database platform, with its associated tools and middleware choices, for deployment in the cloud is a daunting task. Whether hosting a new database or moving existing databases to the cloud, you’ll need to understand the present application architecture, and this article will help inform your decisions.
- Getting Started with the Cloud: Amazon Web Services
By Andrew Glover The ability to rapidly provision a wide range of computing resources on a pay-as-you-go basis has ushered in a new era of innovation; and the most widely used cloud platform is easy to configure and run, once you know how.
- Who Are You?
By Andrew Binstock
Knowing your biases and preferences makes you a much better team-member.
- From the Vault: Single Inheritance Classes in C
By Ron Kreymborg
Achieving C with Classes without resorting to C++.
Readers weigh in on all manner of matters.
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