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AWS Elastic Beanstalk: Health and Metric Monitoring
By Keilan Jackson on November 1, 2018

Amazon Elastic Beanstalk allows you to quickly provision the infrastructure needed for an entire application without the hassle of managing the configuration of EC2 instances, Elastic...

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Packets per Second in EC2 vs Amazon’s Published Network Performance
By Matthew Barlocker on October 30, 2018

First, let  me say that I know AWS doesn’t promise anything about network performance as it relates to packets. At best, they leave it as a multivariate calculus problem for the reader —...

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EC2 Packets per Second: Guaranteed Throughput vs Best Effort
By Matthew Barlocker on October 25, 2018

Remember the customer who reported a hard-coded packet per second (PPS) limit in AWS? His use case was a reverse-proxy server to a very active database cluster, complete with heartbeats,...

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How Many Packets per Second (PPS) in Amazon EC2?
By Matthew Barlocker on October 24, 2018

A customer of ours reported a limit on number of packets in Amazon’s EC2 instances. According to the report, it didn’t happen on all instance types, and didn’t happen all the time. Also,...

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AWS CloudWatch Configuration Guide: Getting Started
By Blue Matador on October 10, 2018

If you remember getting an Erector Set as a kid, I’m sorry. In a stocking full of toy building systems, an Erector Set is the proverbial lump of coal. The instructions are complicated,...

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Why AWS Lambda Throttles Functions (and how to fix it!)
By Mark Siebert on October 4, 2018

Have you noticed recently that your AWS Lambda invocation requests are getting throttled? If so, your Lambda functions are probably not running as designed. Let’s examine the possible...

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