Looking For Amazon Cloud Computing Book Beta Readers
I am writing a book about Amazon AWS and the tools that work with it. It does a deep dive into the various services offered by AWS followed by a deep dive in the tools available to work with those services. I cover the EC2 command line tools, ElasticFox, Cloud Studio, RightScale, S3 Browser and S3 Organizer. I also provide a brief explanation of RDP, SSH and PuTTY.
The book, Cloud Computing with Amazon AWS, is subtitled A Database Geeks Guide to Amazon Web Services.
I am very close to finishing the book and I am looking for some people to read the draft and provide feedback. I would like a few people who are familiar with the tools so that they can fact check me but I would also like some people completely new to AWS so that they can make sure the text is clear enough.
All reviewers get a mention in the acknowledgments (along with your blog if you have one) and a free copy of the e-version of the book.
If you would like to be a reviewer for me, please leave a comment here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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