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Adding Cross Zone Load Balancing in AWS

One of the new hotness features that Amazon added to their Elastic Load Balancers is cross zone load balancing. This offers the ability to have an unbalanced number of nodes per availability zone within an Amazon region. For instance, if you were load balances across us-east-1a, us-east-1b, and us-east-1c, then you needed to have the …

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Pros and Cons of Redis-Resque and SQS

As with any system or application, there are upsides and downsides to using them. The two queueing systems that I want to explore are Resque and Amazon’s Simple Queuing Service. Resque is essentially a set of queuing APIs that run on Redis. Redis is an in-memory data store and is what actually handles the queues. …

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Distributed Flume Setup With an S3 Sink

I have recently spent a few days getting up to speed with Flume, Cloudera‘s distributed log offering. If you haven’t seen this and deal with lots of logs, you are definitely missing out on a fantastic project. I’m not going to spend time talking about it because you can read more about it in the …

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