3 Ways Cloud Storage Accelerates Web Application Development

Jason Cwik, Software Engineer,
Join Atmos Engineer Jason Cwik for a discussion and demo on how cloud storage is the best fit for next generation Web development. You’ll learn the differences between using file systems vs. cloud storage in the way they provision, store, distribute and access content. How cloud storage enables you to effectively manage global distribution, access and collaboration. And, you’ll see the ‘extras’ that you won’t get with file systems – like time elapsed and expiration policies – to reduce administrative task and efficiently to scale to the massive amounts of unstructured BIG DATA that Web apps produce and consume.
Feb 22 2012
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3 Ways Cloud Storage Accelerates Web Application Development
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