10 thoughts on “Amazon S3 Saves SmugMug half a million

  1. Webmail.us just announced that they are using S3, EC2, and SQS–all three of Amazon’s web services. It’s very, very cool. And *much* more interesting than much of what passes for “news” in the tech blogosphere.

  2. Webmail.us just announced that they are using S3, EC2, and SQS–all three of Amazon’s web services. It’s very, very cool. And *much* more interesting than much of what passes for “news” in the tech blogosphere.

  3. Webmail.us just announced that they are using S3, EC2, and SQS–all three of Amazon’s web services. It’s very, very cool. And *much* more interesting than much of what passes for “news” in the tech blogosphere.

  4. These are some impressive stats! I think that I would definitely trust Amazon to do this stuff. At first glance, this sounds like a great deal. Thanks for the info.

  5. These are some impressive stats! I think that I would definitely trust Amazon to do this stuff. At first glance, this sounds like a great deal. Thanks for the info.

  6. These are some impressive stats! I think that I would definitely trust Amazon to do this stuff. At first glance, this sounds like a great deal. Thanks for the info.

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