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I have assigned AutoScaling to my instance.

The problem is that I have to use a given DNS which is associated with my ElasticLoadBalance.

Not the DNS with the single instance.

Also I know that I cannot assign an elastic IP to the ElasticLoadBalance but only to a single Instance.

Q1. How can I register ElasticLoadBalance DNS to my domain since I cannot use Elastic IP?

Q2. I want to connect my Database. Since an elastic IP with an instance is not proper way to use ElasticLoadBalance, I tried to connect my Database with ElasticLoadBalance DNS but did not work but only worked with a Single Instance DNS. How can I handle this problem?

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What and Where is your database? Are you using RDS or are you trying to run MySQL on the scaled instances? (the latter is going to fail. A lot.) –  SmallClanger Sep 15 '11 at 10:18
    
I'm using mongoDB in root instance for right now.. But possibly I have to change to RDS? –  Jeong Woo Chang Sep 15 '11 at 11:57
    
What about simple DB they provide (NoSQL like mongoDB)? –  Jeong Woo Chang Sep 15 '11 at 11:58
    
But I prefer using mongoDB :) –  Jeong Woo Chang Sep 15 '11 at 12:04
    
So you're running mongoDB on more than one EC2 instance and you want to load balance the TCP connections between them? –  SmallClanger Sep 15 '11 at 12:26

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