one of the things I like about Amazon is how programmable everything can be. Databases can be synchronised and, if the main system is found to be offline, a server can be spun up to use the sync'd database in about 87 seconds. From there, a single API call can go out to CloudFlare to change hub.10centuries.com to the new location, then everything just carries on with maybe 5~10 minutes of downtime. Total cost of such an operation would be about $25 a month during the monitoring and, if the main server does go down, $38 a month as a functional alternate. Not a ridiculous amount if handled correctly …

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