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In Part 2 of this series, we discussed selecting and launching a new Amazon Machine Instance (AMI), creating and configuring that instance to serve as a dedicated name server, and worked through configuring a DNS Cluster for use within your subnet. … Continue reading
In Part 1 of this four part series, we discussed establishing your VPC, creating and configuring your small subnet, and worked through configuring the Security Groups for our two instance types (‘NS_SG‘ and ‘VS_SG‘). Today, we work on launching a … Continue reading
People argue for and against building a production hosting environment on top of cloud services such as Amazon’s AWS. I recently made the decision to migrate my entire hosting infrastructure from co-located dedicated hardware to a full implementation built entirely on … Continue reading