George Reese

George Reese

Author and founder of Valtira and Enstratius

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Areas of Expertise:

  • java
  • mysql
  • amazon ec2
  • content management
  • marketing
  • internationalization
  • cloud computing
  • amazon web services
  • api
  • consulting
  • speaking
  • training
  • writing

George Reese is a Senior Distinguished Engineer and Executive Director of Cloud Computing at Dell. He joined Dell as part of the company's acquisition of Enstratius where George was a founder and CTO. Over the past 15 years, George has authored a number of technology books, including The REST API Design Handbook, MySQL Pocket Reference, Database Programming with JDBC and Java, Java Database Best Practices, and Cloud Application Architectures.

Throughout the Internet era, George has spent his career building enterprise tools for developers and delivering solutions to the marketing domain. He was an influential force in the evolution of online gaming through the creation of a number of Open Source MUD libraries and he created the first JDBC driver in 1996—the Open Source mSQL-JDBC. Most recently, he has been involved in cloud computing and REST API design.

George holds a BA in Philosophy from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management in Evanston, Illinois. He currently lives in Minnesota with his wife Monique and his daughters Kyra and Lindsey.

Cloud Application Architectures Cloud Application Architectures
by George Reese
April 2009
Print: $29.99
Ebook: $23.99

MySQL Pocket Reference MySQL Pocket Reference
by George Reese
Second Edition July 2007
Print: $14.99
Ebook: $11.99

Java Database Best Practices Java Database Best Practices
by George Reese
May 2003
Print: $39.95
Ebook: $31.99

MySQL Pocket Reference MySQL Pocket Reference
by George Reese
February 2003
Ebook: $6.99

Managing & Using MySQL Managing & Using MySQL
by George Reese , Randy Jay Yarger , Tim King
Second Edition April 2002
Print: $39.99
Ebook: $31.99

Database Programming with JDBC & Java Database Programming with JDBC & Java
by George Reese
Second Edition August 2000
Print: $49.99

MySQL and mSQL MySQL and mSQL
by Randy Jay Yarger , George Reese , Tim King
July 1999
OUT OF PRINT

Database Programming with JDBC and Java Database Programming with JDBC and Java
by George Reese
June 1997
OUT OF PRINT

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Webcast: Cloud Independence with Dasein Cloud
July 30, 2010
Dasein Cloud is an Open Source Java API that enables write-once, run against any cloud programming. With Dasein Cloud, you can run the same application across any number of supported clouds without any need for a recompile. This developer-oriented...

Webcast: Getting Started with Amazon Web Services
April 08, 2009
Amazon has rapidly established itself as the major player in the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) domain of cloud computing. Author of Cloud Application Architectures and enStratus founder and CTO George Reese provides this introduction into establishing...

"Very good reading, I invite you, administrators, policy makers, to browse the book. "
--Pierre Chauvin, Developpez.com

"This is a great book on how to build apps in the cloud! I was happy to see how much depth it went into...This book is the first one to go onto my list of essential books in a while. I’ll be keeping this one on my own bookshelf."
--John Allspaw, Xaprb

"For those who want a brief but serious introduction to cloud computing, Cloud Application Architectures provides an excellent introduction and overview to this important computing environment."
--Ben Rothke, Security Management

"George Reese displays a deep understanding of infrastructure, cloud computing, and architecture in Cloud Application Architectures. He walks us from the basic definitions to practical usage and even covers much-misunderstood areas such as security and disaster recovery. Learn from an expert all about the art of cloudscaling and how to apply your new found cloud computing knowledge to applications deployed on services such as Amazon or GoGrid."
--Randy L. Bias, Cloud Strategist, Cloudscaling.com