Posts Tagged ‘Amazon’

Persistence Strategies for Amazon EC2

At The Server Labs, we often run into a need that comes naturally with the on-demand nature of Cloud Computing. Namely, we’d like to keep our team’s AWS bill in check by ensuring that we can safely turn off our Amazon EC2 instances when not in use. In fact, we’d like to take this practice [...]

Eating our own Dog Food! – The Server Labs moves its Lab to the Cloud!

After all these years dealing with servers, switches, routers and virtualisation technologies we think it´s time to move our lab into the next phase, the Cloud, specifically the Amazon EC2 Cloud. We are actively working in the Cloud now for different projects, as you´ve seen in previous blog posts. We believe and feel this step [...]

The Server Labs @ Cloud Computing Expo 09 – Update

The presentation we gave last month at Cloud Computing and Expo in Prague is now avaliable online below Cloud Science Update 29 Jun 2009: Amazon has just published this blog entry about The Server Labs’s Proof of Concept for ESA Scaling to the Stars

Full Weblogic Load-Balancing in EC2 with Amazon ELB

This is the latest post in the series on deploying a Weblogic cluster in Amazon EC2. Previous posts have shown how to create and configure a weblogic cluster using either standard Amazon EC2 images or RightScale ServerTemplates and RightScripts. In the first post in the series, I explained how to deploy a load-balanced two-node Weblogic [...]

Using RightScripts to create a Weblogic cluster in Amazon EC2

In my previous post, I described how to set up a Weblogic cluster in Amazon EC2 using the Oracle-supplied Amazon AMI image. In this post, I will describe how to create a cluster using RightScripts, an alternative technology offered by RightScale. In Amazon EC2, you work on an AMI – installing software, configuring – until [...]