Net::Amazon::SimpleDB::Simple

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  1. Peyomp

    Peyomp New Member

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    I wrote my first CPAN module. Haven't gone through the CPAN submit process yet, will have to wait a couple days till I get time to satisfy their testing requirements but... before this lib there was no easy way to shove Perl data structures in and out of Amazon SimpleDB, their libs are way more complex than need be to access a big cloud hash. Now there is a simple way. Needs work, doesn't handle exceptions, set methods don't even bloody return anything... but it works, so I'm publishing and I'll continue to work on it.

    http://rjurneyopen.s3.amazonaws.com/SimpleDB/Simple.pm
     
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    SLED build an idiot proof device and someone else will

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    cool. Don't use perl, but been looking into SimpleDB lately now that it's out of private beta.
     
  3. Peyomp

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    I see it as existing somewhere in between memcache and a SQL DB.
     
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    Updated. Starting to not suck.
     
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    Can one of you storage guys tell me:

    If gigabit ethernet IS the bottleneck, as these are share drives... what will be the properties of a large RAID 0 array under one? Any benefits at all?
     
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    Tonight I successfully converted a MySQL app to SimpleDB. Found/removed tons of bugs in doing so. Am going to load it up with data and see how it does on different queries.
     

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