Tag: amazon

Docker and Linux Networking: Custom Interfaces!

Hi All. Today my goal was to build on a previous post I wrote on Default Routing, RIP v2, and VMware Workstation NICs. The problem? I am running on AWS EC2 so nested virtualization options are lacking (Ravello Systems has

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Multiple WordPress Blogs, Gentoo Linux, and Amazon EC2

This is the third post article on Gentoo Linux and Amazon EC2. This article discusses multiple WordPress installs within a single Gentoo running instance (to keep EC2 hosting costs down).

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What Makes Up Networked Storage Throughput?

While researching distributed cloud storage we came up with these interesting points on storage throughput along with some great links for additional reading. Input/Output Per Second (IOPs). This is the most-commonly quoted measurement. For Amazon’s Relation Database Service (RDS) public

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LAMP Stack on Gentoo Linux on Amazon EC2

Hello all, in a previous post we discussed running Gentoo Linux on Amazon EC2. In this post we’re going to the next step: installing the Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (LAMP) Stack on our new Gentoo Linux system. And, of

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Gentoo Linux on Amazon EC2

Hello All! In this post we discuss how we run the Gentoo Linux operating system on Amazon’s Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2). Join along for the fun!

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