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2answers
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Bandwidth limits for Amazon EC2

I have a micro instance on Amazon EC2 cloud. Also the instance is small and it has vary low CPU and EAM usage but it generates a lot of content, so it can be considered like a web server serving ...
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1answer
47 views

Storing pages with only client-side code in S3 over full EC2?

Question: Would storing pages in S3 with only client-side code reduce costs in comparison to hosting them in Amazon's EC2? Background: Right now I use a cms to manage all of my pages and users for a ...
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4answers
1k views

Amazon and bandwidth limits

This question may sound weird to some of you but I have never really used cloud and above all I'm still beginner in the web development and would be really thankful if someone could answer few of my ...
9
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1answer
7k views

AWS, Bandwidth and content delivery

My question is about Virtual Machines and delivering their content over the servers connection to the internet. I have an Ec2 windows instance, and that instances network connection appears to be ...
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2answers
2k views

Network speed between 2 EC2 instances in VPC

I setup a vpc and launched 3 EC2 instances all in 10.0.0.0/16 subnet. I am wondering how these instances connected to each other, 100mbit, 1000mbit?
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3answers
666 views

Proxy to load balancer, bandwidth?

I have an Amazon Elastic Load Balancer. I can't set my domain apex -- domain.com to the ELB because Amazon doesn't provide an IP. If I: set up a new EC2 instance (whih has its own IP) set up a ...
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2answers
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Does anyone know the bandwidth available for different EC2 Instances?

Hi I have heard that the small EC2 instances are limited to around 35mbit/s. Does anyone have any figures for the different instance types and the size of their pipes? We will be planning on using ...
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4answers
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Amazon EC2 bandwidth charges in case of unwanted incoming traffic(ddos/flood)?

What happens if my EC2 instance gets ddosed/flooded, which could potentially go up to tens of gigabytes an hour(and even more) of undesired incoming traffic, will i be charged for this traffic? My ...