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Scaling web application with SQL Server 2008 database

I have a database which has 90% of read only tables. 10% of the tables has writable data. We need to scale the ASP.NET application.We need to add more users who will not be writing to the database. We ...
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M-M or M-S replication of EBS volume across multiple EC2 instances

I would like to share EBS backed file system of size up to 20GB in 200K files across multiple EC2 instances. Master-master would be ideal, but I'd be happy with master-slave solution too. I know that ...
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0answers
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MySQL replication for scalability

Consider the following hypothetical scenario: A Web application receives 25% write traffic and 75% read traffic. Given that this application can tolerate reads that slightly stale, an easy way to ...
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3answers
792 views

What are the typical methods used to scale up/out email storage servers?

What I've tried: I have two email storage architectures. Old and new. Old: courier-imapds on several (18+) 1TB-storage servers. If one of them show signs of running out of disk space, we migrate ...
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Scalable database architecture for heavy read and heavy write?

I am developing a web application which will require scaling to multiple servers. I'll need multiple web servers running my application code, and there will be heavy reads and heavy writes to the ...
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Sharing / replicating EBS across AWS nodes

I would like to use single EBS storage across multiple EC2 nodes (web/app servers). I've read some articles on snapshot sharing, but that doesn't suit well for what we need. We use filesystem for ...
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Scalable CouchDB setup

I want to migrate an existing application that has approx. 10 million records stored in a relational database to CouchDB. The thing that I love about CouchDB is easy replication and fast cached views. ...