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The way my Big 4 client does it is by creating rules in each client NSG that lets them talk to a specific management server (or servers) for monitoring, alerting, antivirus, updates, etc. Each NSG only allows communication for specific ip addresses for the specific ports required for each VM to talk to the "management" server. So there's no centralized ...


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You can not. Especially if you have not contractually agreed to things like dedicated CPU cores you actually DO get what you pay for. There is no ground of a complaint as you et what you ordered. Review your contract. What is a CPU core according to the contract?


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Google's implementation is proprietary but whatever method they use, they simply give the user access to their own files, just like any other existing system. There isn't even a need for enhanced permission control on the server since all user operations are controlled through their own API which deals with authentication and privacy issues.


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You are right, Jelastic Maven does not support parallel deployment in Tomcat at the moment. The feature request was added to the enhancements list. As an alternative option for now, you can deploy a war archive via direct SSH connect to a container. Or you can play with swap domain - create a new environment, deployment a new version to this new env, test it ...


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When you host on your own bare metal or in a private cloud, you have full access to the hardware and to the host OS to know how hard the box is being pushed. When you're in a public cloud, your cloud provider is financially incentivized to stuff as many customers as they can into a single box. You really don't know what percentage of the hardware you're ...



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