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comment Is it Possible to Configure Receive-Side Scaling on an EC2 Instance Running Windows Server 2012 R2
You may want to clarify your definition of "server". Your intention is that it means a software application whereas many will take it to mean an EC2 instance or the like.
Apr
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comment Is it Possible to Configure Receive-Side Scaling on an EC2 Instance Running Windows Server 2012 R2
Were they created in a common placement group?
Apr
27
comment Is it Possible to Configure Receive-Side Scaling on an EC2 Instance Running Windows Server 2012 R2
What instance type are you using? Some instance types, such as c4, support enhanced networking.
Apr
22
answered AWS security concerns
Apr
22
answered Is there any difference between load balancer url and the elastic beanstalk url?
Apr
22
comment How do I associate an ElasticIP to an API Gateway in AWS?
OK. Now I understand better. Your API gateway is configured to send directly to the external service. So Lambda -> API Gateway -> External API. I was thinking rather API Gateway -> Lambda -> External API. In your case, there's no way to fix the IP of the API gateway itself. You'd need to put something that can be fixed between the gateway and the external API.
Apr
22
comment How do I associate an ElasticIP to an API Gateway in AWS?
Without using a NAT, the Lambda function is running on a server that has a direct connection to the internet. So it's external connections do not pass through any gateways. Thus, the external service will see the public IP address of whatever server the Lambda function executed on.
Apr
22
comment How do I associate an ElasticIP to an API Gateway in AWS?
When the connection exits via the NAT, the other end will see the NAT's IP, not the Lambda's. You want the external service to see a fixed IP, that will be the NAT's IP.
Apr
22
comment How do I associate an ElasticIP to an API Gateway in AWS?
A static domain does not always mean a static IP address. Your Lambda function is also not executing on the gateway. That's happening on another server.
Apr
22
comment How do I associate an ElasticIP to an API Gateway in AWS?
For this to work, you'll need a VPC. In their logs they will only see your NAT's Elastic IP. If you don't do this then they will see the IP coming from your Lambda which will not be constant.
Apr
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answered How do I associate an ElasticIP to an API Gateway in AWS?
Apr
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answered auto instance type changer for amazon ec2?
Apr
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answered Handling highly CPU intensive process on server
Apr
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answered Amazon EC2 Snapshot corrupt
Apr
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comment Apache www to non-www redirect on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk
Also, it lessens the load on your own server since your server will never see the redirect requests.
Apr
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comment Apache www to non-www redirect on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk
Amazon S3 is pretty fast and designed to scale. Many static websites use S3 exclusively and I use it for production redirection (from example.com to www.example.com). I am not aware of any performance concerns of using it. If performance is a major concern from all parts of the world, you could front this bucket with CloudFront which would cache the results for faster redirects.
Apr
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answered Apache www to non-www redirect on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk
Mar
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comment How to get a static IP for an EC instance? Or, how to use
@TheFiddlerWins the OP is not using ElastiCache. He is using Redis on his own EC2 instance.
Mar
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answered How to get a static IP for an EC instance? Or, how to use
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answered Any way to enable Amazon S3 Versioning for existing objects?