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- 1. Importing data on Amazon RDS for Microsoft SQL Server.
Recently Amazon Cloud started RDS for Microsoft SQL Server and currently support Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft SQL Server 2012. Since RDS currently doesn't support restoring database from Backup it is really tedious job to import large database. AWS has detail documentation of export/import database with different method. As mention in documentation Bulk Copy is fastest method when you have big size database. Although everything mention in documentation I will walk you through my experience for importing database.
- By Pritesh Patel
- 2. Issue with Amazon S3 PDF download link in Chrome and Internet Explorer (IE)
In one of our project we are using Amazon S3 to store files which later use to download from web application. We have most of the files are in secure list and only accessible through web application. It was working fine for firefox but on chrome and Internet Explorer (specially PDF file) doesn't download or open in PDF Viewer plugin instead shows about:blank page client do not have any idea what going on. For tempory solution client able to download by right click on link and selecting save link to... option but this is not everybody going to do.
- 3. Case Study: HauntWorld.com AWS implementation
HauntWorld the most advanced haunted and Halloween attraction directory on the web. Hauntworld.com is dedicated to promoting the haunted house industry, which includes haunted houses, attractions, events and vendors who provide products and services. HauntWorld helps to find haunted houses nationwide and additionally offer the national media information about the haunted house industry. Client running around 11 different sites on existing dedicated hosting servers.
Existing infrastructure contains two application servers and one database server. App Server 1 holding mainly two high traffic websites built on ColdFusion and PHP and App Server 2 holding rest of the low traffic websites. Both application servers connected with database server (MSSQL and MySQL database) through LAN.
- 4. Saving with EC2 Reserved instance: AWS
Recently working with client to move ColdFusion project to AWS which has seasonal traffic. Key points are saving cost and easily upgrade/degrade server whenever needed. Initially start with On-Demand instance to make sure everything working fine before we permanently move to Cloud. As to save we have option to create reservered instance instead of ondemand. Recently Amazon introduce three type of reserved instance. Light Utilization Medium Utilization Heavy Utilization ...