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43 Free Cloud Developer-Oriented Books from Amazon Web Services

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43 Free Cloud Developer-Oriented Books from Amazon Web Services

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Discover a centralized approach to monitor your virtual infrastructure, on-premise IT environment, and cloud infrastructure – all on a single platform.

"AWS documentation is now available on the Kindle - if this is all you need to know, start here and you'll have access to the new documents in seconds.

I "purchased" (the actual cost is $0.00) the EC2 Getting Started Guide and had it delivered to my trusty Kindle DX, where it looked great:

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Seems so logical in hindsight doesn't it? Having these, in this format? These look like some must have resources for anyone thinking about, getting started with, or doing AWS development...

Learn how to auto-discover your containers and monitor their performance, capture Docker host and container metrics to allocate host resources, and provision containers.


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