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Managing rolling deployments with amazon EC2view story

http://serverfault.com – Recently I've been experimenting with various cloud management tools like RightScale, Scalr, custom scripts for managing a variety of servers, each hosting several roles (app, db, load balancer, job queues, etc). The one thing I find lacking in most solutions is a way to do rolling deployments, i.e. running deployments sequentially across a number of servers with the same role. (HowTos)

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Traffic Wonder HD for Android is a creative and challenging puzzler that’s also very addicting [Hands on Video]view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – For those of you that like puzzle games, I’ve got a treat for you. It’s called Traffic Wonder HD. It was released a couple of days ago in the Amazon app store for $1.49, but after a short delay, it’s now live in the Play Store for .99 cents.  The goal is simple, but the task isn’t. (IT news)

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How to resolve issue... Amazon ec2, elastic IP setup with Route 53 not working?view story

http://serverfault.com – In this post it says its best to use CNAME only for Ec2 / route 53 setup: EC2/Route53: How do I assign my new domain name to an instance?. However, I added: *.mysite.org. (HowTos)

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Configure in Apache two Ruby on Rails apps in the same Server with same IPview story

http://serverfault.com – I previously ran an two Ruby and Rails applications, one of them by using rails console command, the another one using Apache trough Phusion Passenger. Both applications ran in same IP, the only difference was the application running wih rails console was accesible from port 3000. Now, I would like to run both apps with Apache, but I know what exactly configure to do that. (HowTos)

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Technology News: 9 Most Read Channel Partner Stories, March 16view story

http://www.thevarguy.com – The VAR Guy is turning one eye to the weekend while wrapping up blogging for this week. But before our resident blogger escapes for a little R&R, here are the nine most read technology news stories and channel partner blogs for the week ending March 16, 2012. 9. (IT news)

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As Data Grows, so Grows Linuxview story

http://www.linuxfoundation.org – IDC recently announced its numbers for 2011 Q4 servers sales: overall server revenues are up for the year 5.8 percent, and shipments are up 4.2 percent. As The Reg reports, these shipment numbers are back to pre-recession levels. What’s more interesting, though, is the trends that emerge from the very latest reporting quarter, Q4. (General)

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Symantec Launches NetBackup 7.5, Backup Exec 2012view story

http://www.thevarguy.com – When Symantec isn’t protecting mobile devices, it’s focusing on its core with Symantec NetBackup 7.5 and Backup Exec 2012. (IT news)

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Amazon CloudFrount on EC2view story

http://serverfault.com – Sorry for newbie question. I know that i can mount s3 buckets with s3fs on EC2 instance. So i have next question can i somehow mount Amazon Cloud Front (my S3 buckets files) in EC2 instance? Thanks. (HowTos)

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Amazon ec2 Public DNS not workingview story

http://serverfault.com – With reference to this question How do I access my public DNS on Amazon's EC2 If I configure my security groups acccording to Windows web platform firewall rules then is there an issue?? Because when I did that I couldn't access the Public DNS on web browser. I am new to amazon ec2. Please help. (HowTos)

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[Deal] Amazon Sees Their Own Sprint 4G Sale and Raises It a Droid Madness Saleview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – As we told you earlier today, Amazon is offering one hell of a sale. They are offering amazing Sprint 4G phones for a $0.01. As if that weren’t enough they decided that they would up the anti and also host a Droid Madness Sale. They are offering most of the Droid phones for that same $0.01 price or at a heavily discounted price. (IT news)