Almost every Web and mobile application today is faced with the problem with ever-increasing demands for the upload and storage of user content. You could spend a lot of time and money building out storage systems, or you could take advantage of the power and low cost of Amazon's storage service, S3, and its content delivery system, CloudFront. In this session, you'll learn just how easy it is to use S3 with Adobe ColdFusion and Railo. You'll also learn how to do more advanced S3 work using ColdFusion and Java, including protecting content with access control lists or digital signatures, and changing file properties on a per-request basis. We'll also look at how you can easily leverage S3 and ColdFusion to tap into the speed and power of Amazon's global content delivery network, CloudFront.
About Brian Klaas
Brian Klaas is the Senior Web Systems Designer at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's Center for Teaching and Learning. As the architect for eLearning technology at the School, he leads a team that designs and delivers custom online courseware to students and members of the public health workforce around the globe. In addition to designing software and delivering courses, Brian is the manager of the Johns Hopkins Adobe User Group, teaches "Introduction to Online Learning," and leads faculty training and development courses. Brian has presented on software development and eLearning at conferences throughout the country, including cf.Objective(), NCDevCon, Adobe MAX, UBTech, and CUE.