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Not as of now, no. The answer to the question is slightly hidden, under an entirely different question in the ACM FAQ: Q: Can I use the same certificate in more than one AWS Region? It depends on whether you’re using Elastic Load Balancing or Amazon CloudFront. If you want to use a certificate with Elastic Load Balancing for the same site (the same ...


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One million users doesn't mean one million requests per second. If you architect it right it could be a lot less - rely on client resources rather than constant server hits. On AWS you'd need an elastic load balancer. You may need a number of them, because they don't spin up from idle to full capacity immediately. If you can pre-warm an ELB you'd need to do ...


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This is happened to me also. The thing is that amazon is trying to install php/mysql of older versions . you need to specify which version you need to install. to install php-mysql for php 5.6 issue this command. sudo yum -y install php56-mysqlnd You can install older versions if you want to.


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To communicate to s3 you need to have 2 things IAM user credentials who has read-write access to s3 bucket. A client like aws-cli for bash, boto library for python etc. once you have both, you can transfer any file from your machine to s3 and from s3 to your machine. Below is the example for aws-cli. to sync all files in a folder aws s3 sync ...


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Why do you think hosting externally will make a difference? If if's a reasonably fast machine with a good network connection it should perform similarly to running on AWS, unless you put it in a data center between your users. What's causing the slow down? Is the CPU limiting? Network bandwidth saturated, or not enough bandwidth? Network latency? Problems ...



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