Is it possible to add a compatibility layer above AWS?

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Is it possible to build an abstraction layer above Amazon Web Services? So, that if I want to move across platforms it would be easy. I prefer using python or java.

Did anyone try anything similar to this?

Jan 14 in AWS by datageek
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Well there are few tools like TyphoonAE or AppScale. Both projects provide an App Engine like environment. You can also look at django-nonrel or web2py for frameworks with features designed to make moving between GAE + bigtable and other datastores easy.

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