"A bucket is a container for objects stored in Amazon S3. When creating a bucket, you can choose ato optimize for latency", that is what mentioned in the guide, so I chose as it is closest to my location.
Now if you have chosen " The documentation in heroku did mentioned that some international users may need to override …standard" region, things will work out much straightforward, any non-us region will need some tweaks in the configuration.
…Auto Scaling can save costs by better matching demand and capacity. Certainly not a new idea but the diagrams, different leakage scenarios (daily spike, weekly fluctuation, seasonal spike), and the explanation of potential savings (substantial) are well done.
Use Amazon S3 Object Expiration feature to delete old backups, logs, documents, digital media, etc. A leakage of ~20 TB adds up to a tidy ~ 1650 USD a year.
Whatever you find and use — make a copy of it and put it on Amazon S3 or the local network. With larger teams even a local Ubuntu mirror (or whatever you use) can come in handy.
This includes base boxes, packages, etc.. Nothing is more annoying than waking up and not being able to bootstrap your VMs because someone decided to remove something in order to force you to upgrade.
Don't dumb it down!
…cross-domain cookie attackes from hosted content.
§ S3CP: Commands-line tools for Amazon S3 file manipulation : s3cp, s3ls, s3cat, s3rm, etc.
§ Git koans . I laughed. I cried. I am enlightened.
monitoring for all the above
Philosophy on backups
It is a good idea to schedule both logical and binary backups. They each have their use cases and add redundancy to your backups. If there is an issue with your backup, it's likely not to affect the other tool.
Store your backups on more than one server.
In addition to local copies, store backups offsite. Look at the cost of S3 or S3+Glacier, it's worth the peace of mind!
Test your backups, and if you have a …
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…application data are replicated to the new location. We also recommend storing assets separately, using Amazon S3, for example, to keep them in sync.
Once you have everything replicated to a different location, it is as easy as updating your DNS settings to use that IP address. When an event affects your primary location, you simply lower the TTL (time to live) in your DNS configuration and change the IP.
We've touched on the basic requirements for most High Availability…
…- A slew of free images for.
Jekyll blog on Amazon S3 and CloudFront - How to host a static site with plenty of performance.
Ctries - "A concurrent thread-safe lock-free implementation of a hash array mapped trie" written in . They win.
"Meetings" looms as the theme for this week.
Meny - Kinda spiffy 3D CSS menu concept.
pry-rescue : How to use pry for just-in-time debugging.
Knockback.js - A combination of Knockdown and that claims to be more pure than either one used alone.
S3 for Poets - Reasonably simple introduction to getting files up and serving from Amazon S3.
Github Resumes - Cute. will automatically build a brag page from your repos.
…demands of multiple 16 megabyte audio samples, so this was a fun opportunity to exercise my long dormant Amazon S3 account, and test out CloudFront CDN . I hope I'm not rubbing any copyright holders the wrong way with this test; I just used a song excerpt for science, man! I'll pull the files entirely after a few weeks just to be sure.'s on-demand
You'll get no argument from me that the old standby of 128kbps constant bit rate encoding is not adequate …