Posts Tagged: RDS

Powerful Redmine in AWS

In this post i will show how to make a installation of Redmine in AWS with some nice tools from AWS (EC2, RDS, S3, SES, ElastiCache) and making it auto scalable.

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RDS Instance Sizes, maximum concurrent connections

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RDS Class max_connections

t1.micro 34
m1.small 125
m1.medium 296
m1.large 623
m1.xlarge 1263
m2.xlarge 1441
m2.2xlarge 2900
m2.4xlarge 5816

Amazon Web Services – Free Tier

How to get started with AWS free?
Just go to http://aws.amazon.com/free/ and make your account.
Credicard will be needed even for a free account.

What can be done with the free account?
It’s up to you! If you are going to make a light traffic website free tier can handle it. :-)

You can have up to two EC2 instances (1 Linux, 1 Windows) with 613M Ram and up to 30GB EBS Size. You can go with all your 30GB on a Linux instance it’s the best way to spend your ‘free’ resources. (Windows is memory hungry.)

You can have up to one RDS instance (postgres, mysql, …) with 20GB of DB storage and 20GB for backups.

You can have up to one S3 with 5GB of storage with up to 20k put and 20k get requests.

You can have up to one Memcached server with 213MB

And some more things (ELB, DynamoDB, SNS, CloudWatch, …)

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