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With the AWS SDK for Java, you can get started in minutes with a single, downloadable package that includes the AWS Java library, code samples, and documentation. You can build Java applications on top of APIs to take the complexity out of coding directly against a web service interface. The library provides APIs that hide much of the lower level plumbing, including authentication, request retries, and error handling. Practical examples are provided for how to use the library to build applications.
In addition, with the AWS SDK for Java, you can use Amazon DynamoDB to share session states of Apache Tomcat applications across multiple web servers. For more information, see Manage Tomcat Session State with Amazon DynamoDB in the AWS SDK for Java documentation. For more information about the AWS SDK for Java, go to http://aws.amazon.com/sdkforjava/.
The AWS Toolkit for Eclipse is an open source plug-in for the Eclipse Java IDE that makes it easier to develop and debug Java applications using Amazon Web Services, and now includes the AWS Elastic Beanstalk deployment feature. With the Elastic Beanstalk deployment feature, developers can use Eclipse to deploy Java web applications to AWS Elastic Beanstalk and within minutes access their applications running on AWS infrastructure services. The toolkit provides a Travel Log sample web application template that demonstrates the use of Amazon S3 and Amazon SNS. For more information about the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse, go to http://aws.amazon.com/eclipse.