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Amazon Ec2 with LAMP and RDS: how to easely replicate in different regions

I'm a newbie about Amazon cloud and I need an help in order to reduce the geographically latency of a website. I have an Amazon Ec2 with LAMP and RDS in EU Irland. I wish to have the same ...
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Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS in Same Network

We have deployed our application in EC2 instance and our database is in RDS which is db.m2.2xlarge. I see some minor slowness in our application when compare to our QA environment where has both ...
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How to compare RDP latency?

For a remote Windows desktop solution, accessed from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, I want to evaluate various options. What currently comes into my mind: EC2, Ireland Azure Virtual Machine, Ireland ...
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High latency issue for web service call from amazon aws ec2 to local server

We have a legacy web application that is running in our data center on premises located in Houston. We have a developed a new .net 4 based web application in order to provide new features to ...
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Does a 150ms latency is good enough to launch a product (USA hosted in Europe)? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can you help me with my capacity planning? Having worked for weeks on a new mobile app product, we are finally preparing a public launch in the coming weeks. However we ...
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773 views

Geographic testing for latency

Really struggling to find tools that report latency loading a website from multiple geo-graphic locations. Are there such tools? I have begun replicating infrastructure in other EC2 regions, but find ...
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319 views

Combining Heroku with custom external services (e. g. Varnish or Postgres on EC2)

I'm planning to set up a Django site on Heroku. It will run on Heroku's Cedar stack, which allows Python apps, but doesn't include or support HTTP upstream caching with Varnish like the other stacks ...
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367 views

Can Linux RAID 1 account for high latency?

Scenario: we're running a large (3TB total in cluster) Solr installation in EC2. I'm only concerned about disk performance on the read side of things. We suspect that we are limited by disk I/O and ...