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anyone tried the tarzan framework for all amazon webservices

there are some posts in the forum about the amazon webservices, S3 EC2...
I just want tell that I found yesterday this wonderful thing that can handle all webservices...
and I want know if anyone already has tried it?!


[eluser]Tom Glover[/eluser]
This looks' good and exactly what I need, I will have to integrate it into CI, and make it play nice for my application.

Looks nice, I'd like to know how your CI wrapper turns out tom

Elliot has made a wrapper for the S3 service here

[eluser]Tom Glover[/eluser]
Yer, I know he did, I more need the EC2 functionality.

I just found out that After August 15, 2009, all requests will be denied for those using the Services_AmazonECS4, so if anyone else has already converted that wrapper to work with Tarzan, I'd sure like to get a look at it.

I have a client that uses it on some sites, and since I have to do it all over again using Tarzan, I intend to rebuild the sites with CI.


I've been recently looking into EC2, but it's all martian to me. I'm used to LAMP shared hosting and cPanel, but could get by with just LAMP + FTP (and then I'd probably install phpMyAdmin).

Do any of you guys know of any good resources for a noob like me to ease my way in to understanding EC2 (or whatever else I might need to run PHP/MySQL apps)? Thanks.

I'm looking at Tarzan now, but it's still out of my league (unless I'm missing something big).

Well, I just got hit with this from my client (his server uses cPanel), so I'm getting back up to speed, as it's been a while since I worked on the Amazon web service stuff.

As far as I can tell, Tarzan-aws seems to be the only game in town for an existing API to access the Amazon Services using PHP.

As I see it, read the manuals, thats how most learn it I suspect, EC2 looks like a virtual os thingie that can be managed using Tarzan, fortunately for me all I need to work on is AAWS.

Good luck on your studies.


Well, seems that Elliot has a wrapper for TarzanAws as well, although almost a year old, it's a good starting point, oddly I found it on google during a quest to learn more about Tarzan.

For anyone else interested, here is the url:

Thank you Elliot.


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