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Infrastructure Architect at Jifflenow


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awarded  Explainer
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Password protect app in jetty
Another easier way is to expose the Jetty webapp behind a reverse proxy like apache or nginx., and configure basic auth there.
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answered Restart EC2 instance maintaining the IP
May
26
comment How do you set up dynamic cname records?
Have you checked out Route53 ?
May
23
comment Packaging a Custom Chef Server (via Chef solo) installation for RHEL 6 / CentOS
Are you very specific in packaging your own RPM ? If not, the packages from RBEL Repo ( rbel.frameos.org ) are very good. It is even endorsed by OpsCode folks.
May
23
comment backing up postgres on ec2
Have pg_dump dump the backup sql. Use scripts like s3curl.pl ( aws.amazon.com/code/128 ) or s3cmd ( s3tools.org/s3cmd ) to push the dump to S3 bucket.
May
23
answered backing up postgres on ec2
May
21
revised How to access Amazon EC2 instance by HTTP?
removed IP from dns resolution of wget log
May
21
revised How to access Amazon EC2 instance by HTTP?
removed information about IP being displayed in Wget log
May
21
suggested approved edit on How to access Amazon EC2 instance by HTTP?
May
21
answered How to access Amazon EC2 instance by HTTP?
May
15
comment Amazon EC2 Public DNS is useless?
'A' Records can be mapped to IP addresses. But if the same machine exposes different services with the same address, CNAMEs can help convey meaningful domain names. ( Eg: ftp.domain.tld, www.domain.tld ).
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15
comment Amazon EC2 Public DNS is useless?
Doesnt answer the question asked. Whatever you said, could be done using IP addresses also.
May
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comment Amazon EC2 Public DNS is useless?
In certain cases, where you can setup only CNAME records., the public DNS comes into play.
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awarded  Peer Pressure
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awarded  Revival