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So I'm trying to setup a production site and I'm new to the devops world. I have a setup that consists of four components:

1) Node.js API Server
2) Memcached Elasticache cluster
3) Postgresql RDS
4) Rabbitmq Cluster 3 nodes-> Handcrafted by me

With clustering my rabbitmq configurations and load balancing multiple node api servers, how do I want to configure the load balancers?

If both rabbitmq and node api servers need to be accessible by the internet, do I need to separate the node api servers from the rabbitmq clusters into their own subnets and put an external AWS loadbalancer per subnet with their own internet gateways? Or can I put but rabbitmq clusters and node.js api servers in the same subnet and have 2 external facing load balancers for that one subnet?

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  • It's up to you. Both ways work.
    – ceejayoz
    Jan 18, 2016 at 0:23
  • Ok cool thanks, then I don't have to worry. Jan 18, 2016 at 0:57

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