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Constantinos Sophocleous | Sat, 19 Aug 2017 21:14:33 UTC

I am not surprised that in the past decade Amazon has progressed (successfully to be recognised as a major Technology Concern, without being divorced from its e commerce interests. In detail, in so far as the AWS is concerned, would you say that technologies used in the development of the W3.0 (such as SPARQL, RDF, XML, OWL, etc.) have played a positive role in the shape of technologies -tools maybe, in the development area of the "Services" (in general) applications of Amazon, or, the weight of influence should be the other way around?


Matt McLarty | Sun, 22 Feb 2015 07:12:12 UTC

This is an incredible read. He laid out the most impactful tech trends of the next nine years: cloud, DevOps, Open APIs, Microservices... I would LOVE to know if he now has answers to those "challenges"... The world would like to know!


Onyx | Tue, 15 Nov 2011 13:20:08 UTC

So what database or databases does Amazon use to store the data they collect from their website?


carlos | Mon, 04 Oct 2010 20:37:06 UTC

So, amazon is not only about strange REST services without any contract, its good to know.


Amal | Wed, 18 Nov 2009 05:05:53 UTC

That is some great insight into how Amazon is leveraging the SOA principle to amazing heights. It is definitely inspiring to see how Amazon is using the "start backwards from the customer" approach, which is making them a huge hit.


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