Posts Tagged ‘cloud’

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 [...]

Setting up a load-balanced Oracle Weblogic cluster in Amazon EC2

Oracle recently made available a set of AMI images suitable for use with the Amazon EC2 cloud computing platform. I found the two images (32-bit and 64-bit) that contain Weblogic (along with Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 and JRockit) the most interesting of the lot. This article will explain how to set up a basic two-node [...]