The Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) API is a web service that enables you to launch and manage Linux/UNIX and Windows server instances in Amazon's data centers. Giving users the ability to "compute" in the cloud, it provides users with complete control of their computing resources and lets them run on Amazon's computing environment. Amazon EC2 changes the economics of computing by allowing users to pay only for capacity that is actually used.
Amazon EC2 provides two APIs: SOAP and REST. The same XML body is returned in both the REST API and SOAP API. The WSDL for each supported API version is available from the following URI:
The WSDL should be treated as a moving target as it will always map to the latest release of the Amazon EC2 SOAP API.
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The Amazon EC2 Ruby code sample allows web crawling with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), and Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS). All developers have access to the tools at no cost, because is under General Public License.
The Amazon EC2 Java code sample created by Tom White, provides a zip file with a MapReduce application to analyze a large collection of web access logs. Amazon EC2 is a service that allows the storage of applications in a private and secure cloud.
From the site: An integrated interface to current and future infrastructural services offered by Amazon Web Services. Currently, this includes:Simple Storage Service (S3),Simple Queue Service (SQS),Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2),Mechanical Turk, and SimpleDB