Ok, so Amazon announced that you can now use your root domain to host static sites on S3, but should you?
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I wrote a plugin a few days ago that notifies me of any comments left on my blog (using an Amazon SNS queue), regardless of status. That’s really of no interest to anyone except to explain why I’ve noticed the large uptick in comment spam that’s come in on one specific post today.
Performance encompasses a lot of different metrics. In this example there are only a handfull that matter to me: CPU horsepower, Storage I/O, and Network Latency. In this post we’ll start with CPU.
I’m a huge fan of DNS Made Easy and Zerigo, so I wasn’t terribly impressed when Amazon announced Route 53. While it did fill a hole in their cloud infrastructure offerings and DNS is certainly not something to neglect, it’s also one of the most basic elements of networking - one of those elements that isn’t exciting, that just works… or doesn’t.
Back in early December someone in #habari who knows that I’ve got an EC2 server asked me what I thought of them. When I told him I preferred my Rackspace Cloud Servers for a variety of reasons he asked me to enumerate them. The conversation that ensued covered a lot of ground and really made for a great blog post.
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