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Why does port 6379 need to be opened on the security group for elasticache?

I made a redis cluster and created a new security group called cache-access. If I ssh into an ec2 server and try to access a cache node, it works if two conditions are met: ec2 server belongs to ...
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ElasticCache enpoint to use in code

I have provisioned ElasticCache and launched a Redis cache cluster with Enable Replication option selected in Single Availability Zone, now I see three cache nodes under cache cluster as following ...
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AWS ElastiCache/SimpleQueue vs DynamoDB

I'm wondering about the rationale for using ElastiCache/SimpleQueue vs just having "Cache" and "Queue" tables inside of DynamoDB respectively. It seems that the network latency to the Cache/Queue ...
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Uneven load distribution on an elasticache cluster

Amazon elasticache cluster looks to be a really good choice for auto-scaling but it seems the load distribution is not equal among the nodes. Both memory and CPU wise the node 1 seems to take almost ...
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How do I enable backup(snapshot) on redis elasticache t2.medium

I was able to create a snapshots of my m1.small caches but the backup button is disabled when I select my t2.medium. Is there a way for me to enable backup of a t2.medium redis elasticache?
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Access ElasticCache Redis instance within VPC from a classic instance

I have an existing AWS EC2-Classic deployment that I am seeking to add a small Redis instance to. As this only needs to be a tiny Redis instance I elected to use the t2.small size. I've since found ...
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Elasticache on AWS slower than my RDS call

I've been attempting to use elasticache on aws to cache some of my data for faster retrieval, but calling elasticache (an m1.small instance) is slower than calling my RDS instance! Any tips on how to ...
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ElastiCache (redis) for non default VPC

I'm trying to create a Redis node, but in the configuration window, I'm not eble to select a VPC I created. All I see is the default VPC. For that reason the subnets are also only the ones that belong ...
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Installing ElastiCache Cluster Client on PHP AWS Elastic Beanstalk (without creating resource)

Elastic Beanstalk does not, by default, install the ElastiCache Cluster Client PHP module. This is needed to connect to an ElastiCache node cluster. Reading around, most of the instructions relate to ...
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AWS Elasticache PHP Sessions with ELB and Web Servers at different Data Centres

I'm running an AWS Load Balancer with Web Servers at different Data Centres. I need to start using PHP Sessions on Elasticache to Centralize Session Management. I can create an a 2 node Elasticache ...
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AWS ElasticCache - Cross Site - Disaster Recovery

I'm using AWS ElasticCache (MemCached) and can see how instances can be created at different data centers/sites. (eg: singapore A or B) There is no AWS Automatic Replication of ElasticCache from ...
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Memcache/Elasticache holding many user passwords in memory instead of DB

I have two servers in AWS. One is a live production server (a multi site WordPress installation with hundreds of sites and about 5,000 users) and the other is a clone of prod that is being configured ...
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Instance's deployment / post configuration for AWS Elastic Beanstalk

I am using AWS Elastic Beanstalk, it is easy to start with deploying Java based web app, which is great. However, I want to install Memcached on every instance locally so they can be used for ...
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Hosted fault-tolerant (replicated) memcache solution in amazon ec2 cloud?

does anyone offer a fault-tolerant (replicated) memcache solution that is hosted in amazon ec2, needs zero maintenance and works with providing just one IP? I know that amazon offers ElastiCache. But ...