- Experiences deploying a large-scale infrastructure in Amazon EC2 (April 2009)
- Lessons learned from deploying a production database in EC2 (April 2011)
- Dark launching and other lessons from Facebook on massive deployments (July 2009)
- You're not a cloud provider if you don't provide an API (February 2009)
Working with EC2-specific tools
- Experiences with Amazon EC2 and EBS (September 2008)
- Update on EC2 and EBS (October 2008)
- Deploying EC2 instances from the command line (December 2008)
- Working with Amazon EC2 regions (December 2008)
Load balancing (ELB and HAProxy)
- Using AWS Elastic Load Balancing with a password-protected site (January 2011)
- Load balancing in Amazon EC2 with HAProxy (February 2009)
- HAProxy, X-Forwarded-For, GeoIP, KeepAlive (March 2009)
- HAProxy and Apache performance tuning tips (March 2009)
Working in the multi-cloud with libcloud
- Using libcloud to manage instances across multiple cloud providers (December 2010)
- libcloud 0.4.2 and SSL (January 2011)
- Passing user data to EC2 Ubuntu instances with libcloud (January 2011)
- Slides for 'Working in the multi-cloud with libcloud' presentation (March 2011)
Backups to S3
Mail server setup in EC2
- Managing Rackspace CloudFiles with python-cloudfiles (September 2010)
You have great posts here. I like the "Using libcloud to manage instances across multiple cloud providers" article.
I've been experimenting with libcloud for several months now. I've been trying to incorporate some of my systems with it.
Managing cloud infrastructures and other related platforms such as license management, software metering, IT inventory, and the likes is not an easy thing to do.
For me, I also learn how to properly manage all of them the hard way. And it was a great experience.
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