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Steve Loughran

Farms. Fabrics and Clouds: a talk on the assumptions that are now invalid, rather than applications architectures themselves.

Dave Largo

Rookie question: What do you use to make the diagrams like the ones in this blog post?

Thank you.

MikeD

Hey good timing! I've been thinking about a series of blog posts about my experience building a scalable Tomcat+MySQL based system on EC2 and RightScale. The examples you have so far are all 'batch processing' that do the work asynchronously - which is cool, but I needed to scale a Web server + DB based system.
I'm heading out on vacation soon so if I get the time, I'll write something up and post a link here in the comments.

James Brady

WebMynd is using EC2 and SQS to scale their web history indexing service:
http://blog.webmynd.com/2008/06/23/scaling-on-ec2/

Mike Brittain

Heavy is using EC2 to host Husky Media. This posting is basically a discussion of how we put a standard LAMP stack on EC2.

http://blog.mikebrittain.com/2008/07/19/web-hosting-on-ec2/

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