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 Author  Thread: Customizing your Cloud?
RJ Samp
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Customizing your Cloud?Your last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 02 Feb 11 7:11 AM
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OK for the dumb questions....


1. How do I get my SLX 7.2.2. LAN 4Gb database to the cloud?


2. Now that the data is up there, how do you hook it up?


3. How do I start customizing it to meet my businesses needs?


And yes, those are serious questions from a hopelessly lost ex Mainframer who actually thought that going to local computing horse power was an excellent idea.....are we going to end up with VT1000 terminals (OK so that's VT100 * 10), wireless?


 


 

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Phil Meyer
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Re: Customizing your Cloud?Your last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 02 Feb 11 9:06 AM
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1. It Depends.  If you are using Amazon Web Services, you can use their S3 service to upload/download files.  The plug-in for Fire Fox works very well (as does the Elastic Fox add-in to manage your instances).  Could use an FTP site. Again, if on AWS, can add FTP services to IIS or install FileZilla; open up the port (directly to your IP address) and upload.  I've seen some use DropBox, but not sure if it would handle a 4GB file.


2. If using AWS, then you would RDP into your SQL Server instance and then restore as normal (like a local machine).


3. If you're going to the Web, then Application Architect is what you need to use to build your customizations and deploy to your web site. You can do the customizations locally an then save your model changes to a project bundle (in AA) and then upload just that to the cloud.  Or you could use AA on the instance running in the cloud.  I've done both, and there are pros/cons for each.

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RJ Samp
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Re: Customizing your Cloud?Your last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 04 Feb 11 3:05 PM
fiogf49gjkf0d

Thanks Phil! I knew it was something easy.....AA it is.

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