#AWS

Scott Crawford

Scott Crawford

  • July 23 2019

Amazon EC2 Server Configuration

The following are a series of steps that have worked for me in getting Anahita running on an Amazon AWS EC2 instance.

This article first presents a few general references I have found, and is then followed by a series of steps that I have successfully replicated through cut-and-paste.  In all, duplicating the process has taken as little as under an hour, whereas the initial learning process was ...

Scaling Up Anahita

People have asked us about how to scale up Anahita for hundreds of thousands or more users, also about a micro-services version of Anahita. No cloud application can by default scale up to a large number of users. Traditionally, Software-as-a-service or SAAS projects achieved this by throwing hardware and computing power at their production server. Today they use a dev-ops and release engineerin...

Rastin Mehr

Rastin Mehr

We're still working on devops and release engineering options for Anahita. We've been deploying two #kubernetes #cluster to #AWS during the last few weeks. All paving the way to build #Docker and #k8s deployment tools for #Anahita. I appreciate your patience.
Rastin Mehr

Rastin Mehr

  • July 11 2017
Visualize your AWS cloud architecture https://cloudcraft.co #AWS #CloudArchitecture
Scott Crawford

Scott Crawford

Connecting from Amazon EC2 to S3 not working

I've made several attempts starting from scratch to get S3 working without functional results.  Within AWS's Security Credentials center I've set up a IAM user and assigned AWS's default 'AmazonS3FullAccess' permissions policy.  For the user I then generate the Access Keys and copy them to Anahita's plugin, along with the S3 bucket name and folder - both of which are setup in the S3 storage to ...

Amazon Lightsail is looking very tempting. I wonder how the performance is: https://aws.amazon.com/lightsail/pricing/ #AWS #Lightsail
During the last 2 weeks our focus has been on ways to deploy #Anahita using #Docker and #Kubernetes on cloud platforms such as #AWS we're going to make this happen and it will be a great milestone for Anahita.

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