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First Sergeant

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Industry:
Military
Work:
United States Marine Corps
First Sergeant
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James Willeford

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Location:
United States

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Mr. James C. Willeford
Owner
Remodeling of Dallas, LLC
Remodeling Services. Kitchen & Bath - Design & Remodeling. Kitchen Remodeling. Kitchen & Bath Design. Contractor - Remodel & Repair. Floor Laying. Refinishing & Resurfacing. Floor Removal. Floor Coverings & Installation. Bathroom Remodeling. Bathroom Remodeling - Walk-In Tubs. Shower Doors & Enclosures. Baths
2701 W. 15th Street, #123, Plano, TX 75075
(214) 636-3983

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Data Store Replication For Entity Based Partition

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US Patent:
7788233, Aug 31, 2010
Filed:
Jul 5, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/773589
Inventors:
Vidya V. Iyer - Seattle WA, US
Nicole A. Deflaux - Seattle WA, US
Adam D. Bradley - Seattle WA, US
James C. Willeford - Seattle WA, US
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Reno NV
International Classification:
G06F 7/00
US Classification:
707661, 711165
Abstract:
A scalable data store framework is provided to migrate data across partitions in a data store without compromising data availability for customers. The scalable data store framework includes one or more partitions configured to manage a set of “entities” for a network-based service. When a new-partition event is detected, a target partition is identified for bifurcation and various additional partitions are added to the data store. After the target partition is replicated into the additional partitions, some entities associated with the target partition are migrated to the additional partitions in order to maintain good load balance in the data store.

Providing Enhanced Access To Stored Data

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US Patent:
7827286, Nov 2, 2010
Filed:
Jun 15, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/763976
Inventors:
Nicole A. Deflaux - Seattle WA, US
Adam D. Bradley - Seattle WA, US
Ranganath Atreya - Mercer Island WA, US
Anand Chelian - Seattle WA, US
Vidya V. Iyer - Seattle WA, US
James C. Willeford - Seattle WA, US
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Reno NV
International Classification:
G06F 15/173
US Classification:
709226, 709215, 711170, 718100
Abstract:
Techniques are described for providing enhanced access to stored data and related functionality, such as data stored by a system across multiple alternative storage partitions. At least some of the stored data may be specific to particular users who interact with the system, such as for users to perform tasks supplied by other users. The enhanced data access techniques may include storing at least a subset of each user's associated data on a single storage partition, and then efficiently identifying the storage partition corresponding to a user so that requests from that user may be handled by a computing node associated with that corresponding storage partition. Furthermore, additional data access enhancement techniques may relate to initially identifying an appropriate storage partition for a user and/or for migrating existing user data to a new partition identified as being appropriate for a user.

Providing Support For Multiple Interface Access To Software Services

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US Patent:
7949999, May 24, 2011
Filed:
Aug 7, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/835315
Inventors:
James C. Willeford - Seattle WA, US
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Reno NV
International Classification:
G06F 9/45
G06F 9/445
US Classification:
717120, 717101, 717121
Abstract:
Techniques are described for providing enhanced access to software services or other software programs that provide interfaces for use by clients. The enhanced access may, for example, be provided for a software service having multiple distinct versions with distinct corresponding interfaces, such as if some clients continue to initiate access to older versions of the software service using corresponding older interfaces, while other clients initiate access to a current software service version using a corresponding current interface version. The enhanced access techniques may further include automatically adapting requests that correspond to older interface versions of a software service so that the adapted requests correspond to the current interface version for the software service, and responses may similarly be adapted from a format for a current version of a software service to a format for a prior interface version used by the request that resulted in the response.

Providing Enhanced Interactions With Software Services

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US Patent:
7958518, Jun 7, 2011
Filed:
Jun 26, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/768830
Inventors:
James C. Willeford - Seattle WA, US
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Reno NV
International Classification:
G06F 15/163
US Classification:
719330, 719313, 717124
Abstract:
Techniques are described for providing enhanced interactions with software services, such as when executing software programs use remote software services. For example, if a software program is executing on a first computing system and using remote services provided by one or more other computing systems, one or more local software proxies may be executed on the first computing system to represent the remote services. The software program may interact in a common manner with the local software proxies, while each local software proxy may interact with its corresponding remote service in a manner specific to that remote service and transparent to the software program. Furthermore, a local software proxy may facilitate software program testing, such as by interacting with a local copy of a remote service rather than the actual remote service during testing and/or by emulating asynchronous message interactions with a remote service during testing.

Data Store Replication For Entity Based Partition

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US Patent:
8108352, Jan 31, 2012
Filed:
Aug 24, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/862710
Inventors:
Vidya V. Iyer - Seattle WA, US
Nicole A. Deflaux - Seattle WA, US
Adam D. Bradley - Seattle WA, US
James C. Willeford - Seattle WA, US
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Reno NV
International Classification:
G06F 17/00
US Classification:
707661, 711165
Abstract:
A scalable data store framework is provided to migrate data across partitions in a data store without compromising data availability for customers. The scalable data store framework includes one or more partitions configured to manage a set of “entities” for a network-based service. When a new-partition event is detected, a target partition is identified for bifurcation and various additional partitions are added to the data store. After the target partition is replicated into the additional partitions, some entities associated with the target partition are migrated to the additional partitions in order to maintain good load balance in the data store.

Providing Enhanced Access To Stored Data

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US Patent:
8219693, Jul 10, 2012
Filed:
Oct 12, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/903073
Inventors:
Nicole A. Deflaux - Seattle WA, US
Adam D. Bradley - Seattle WA, US
Ranganath Atreya - Mercer Island WA, US
Anand Chelian - Seattle WA, US
Vidya V. Iyer - Seattle WA, US
James C. Willeford - Seattle WA, US
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Reno NV
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709228, 709203, 709227
Abstract:
Techniques are described for providing enhanced access to stored data and related functionality, such as data stored by a system across multiple alternative storage partitions. At least some of the stored data may be specific to particular users who interact with the system, such as for users to perform tasks supplied by other users. The enhanced data access techniques may include storing at least a subset of each user's associated data on a single storage partition, and then efficiently identifying the storage partition corresponding to a user so that requests from that user may be handled by a computing node associated with that corresponding storage partition. Furthermore, additional data access enhancement techniques may relate to initially identifying an appropriate storage partition for a user and/or for migrating existing user data to a new partition identified as being appropriate for a user.

Providing Access To Tasks That Are Available To Be Performed

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US Patent:
8271987, Sep 18, 2012
Filed:
Aug 1, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/832268
Inventors:
James C. Willeford - Seattle WA, US
Nicole A. Deflaux - Seattle WA, US
Vidya V. Iyer - Seattle WA, US
Anand Chelian - Seattle WA, US
Ranganath Atreya - Mercer Island WA, US
Adam D. Bradley - Seattle WA, US
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Reno NV
International Classification:
G06F 9/46
G06Q 10/00
US Classification:
718104, 718100, 718102, 705 712, 705 713, 705 714, 705 725
Abstract:
Techniques are described for facilitating access of users to tasks that are available to be performed, such as via a task exchange system that serves as an intermediary to facilitate performance by some task performer users of tasks supplied by other task requester users. The techniques may include automatically providing a particular group of task performer users with access to a supply of available tasks that are appropriate for those task performer users, such as based on an aggregate probability or other likelihood measure that the task performer users as a group will collectively accept to perform those tasks in a specified manner. More generally, the affinity and/or appropriateness of a group of users to perform one or more tasks may be based on various information related to the users, including past task performance behavior of those users, and/or qualifications or more general reputational aspects of those users.

Providing Entity-Related Data Storage On Heterogeneous Data Repositories

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US Patent:
7730034, Jun 1, 2010
Filed:
Jul 19, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/780323
Inventors:
Nicole A. Deflaux - Seattle WA, US
Vidya V. Iyer - Seattle WA, US
James C. Willeford - Seattle WA, US
Adam D. Bradley - Seattle WA, US
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Reno NV
International Classification:
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
707654, 705 9, 711161, 711162
Abstract:
Techniques are described for storing and accessing data on heterogeneous types of data repositories, such as by a distributed software system that uses multiple data repositories on multiple computing nodes, including to transfer groups of data between multiple heterogeneous types of data repositories. In some situations, the techniques may be used by a system that stores various types of data regarding users or other entities that are modeled by the system, such as to transfer a group of data that represents an entity. The transfer of data may be facilitated by use of an abstraction interface that provides a uniform interface for accessing the multiple data repository types, such as an abstraction interface provided by one or more storage management components that further provide functionality to translate data between various data formats used by the multiple data repository types, such as via use of a common data format.
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