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What type of amazon ec2 instance should i take ? And how many of them? [duplicate]

I will be hosting a website . Our initial target will be around 50,000 unique visitors a day . Files are served using apache/php and the realtime events (likes,comments) are handled using a nodejs ...
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Redis on EC2 (Heroku) : RedisToGo v/s MyRedis v/s OpenRedis v/s RedisCloud v/s Others [closed]

Are there opinions and experiences to help decide between RedisToGo v/s MyRedis v/s OpenRedis v/s RedisCloud v/s Any Other Hosted Redis offerings? The goal is to have minimal latency and maximal ...
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Session persistence between multiple Rails / Unicorn servers with Redis as session_store on AWS

I've got 2 nginx EC2 instances pointing to 2 Unicorn EC2 instances in a round robin load balanced configuration. The two nginx instances are being the Elastic Load Balancer. Both Unicorn instances ...
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Am I using too much memory? (Rails on EC2 with Resque)

I am looking at the memory usage of the Rails application (it uses background processes via Resque) and since the common answer to the question, "how many workers is too many" was "test and see", I ...
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Resque(Redis) On EC2 Micro Replciated to 3 availability zones

I'm going to build a failover setup for my resque jobs system wich uses Redis as a queue. The idea is to put 3 redises in different availability zones on micro instances and replicate them. Also would ...
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Some Linux systems become very slow when Redis is loading a big dataset

I received a report from a Redis user, and I'm not sure what to reply as I'm not an expert in the area of Linux and its scheduler, however we (as the Redis project) need to figure this kind of issues ...