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Amazon's Web Services and XSLT (19 tags)
In his latest Transforming XML column, Bob DuCharme introduces us to the XSLT processing-service component of Amazon's web services.

Using Amazon S3 from Perl (18 tags)
Amazon's Simple Storage Service provides a simple, flexible, and inexpensive way to manage online data storage. Amazon's S3 modules for Perl make storing and retrieving data in your own programs almost trivial, leaving Amazon to worry about hosting, scaling, and backups. Abel Lin shows how to store, retrieve, and store data with Amazon S3.

Generating RSS with XSLT and Amazon ECS (11 tags)
Craig Noeldner and Brian Swan show us how to generate RSS feeds using the XSLT web service offered by Amazon's ECS.

Amazon's Simple Queue Service (9 tags)
In Joe Gregorio's latest Restful Web column, he explains that Amazon's Simple Queue Service, a web service offering a queue for reliable storage of transient messages, isn't as RESTful as it claims.

Fun with Amazon's Simple Queue Service (7 tags)
Jason Levitt offers a detailed introduction to Amazon's Simple Queue Service (SQS), as well as a sample chat room application using client-side Javascript and Amazon's SQS.