@phoneboy nice 👍🏼
@sumudu nice. Hope you can enjoy your weekend 🙂
Well that wasn’t fun at all. Main database server for the company decided to have a fit a few minutes before I was scheduled to stop work. Being my problem now, I spent an hour getting things back under control. Will need to do a deep dive into the issue tonight after the schools all close to determine how to prevent it from happening again …
@sumudu sounds like a good reason to "sample" the lunch menu 😉
@sumudu for lunch? 😉
Quite the wind storm outside. Rain from the typhoon isn’t coming this way, but the wind sure is …
@phoneboy yep. I would much prefer to use a pair of
t3.nano instances behind a load balancer than the farm of
m4.large travesties that have been configured. I've already let the appropriate managers know that things will be changing when the vendor is done doing their thing.
There we go. Managed to get some Amazon infrastructure up and in place for a vendor who insists on doing things the most expensive way possible. After their tests and whatnot, I'll go in and show the company how a single server, half the size of the smallest instance, can do the same job as the 9 that the vendor is insisting for a "bare minimum installation".
Nine servers for a bare minimum installation of a single website. Nine. At a cost of $430USD per month. And they're rating the system as being able to support 2,500 simultaneous visitors. It boggles the mind 🙄
@whoisashygirl hope you have better luck next week 👍🏼
My goodness I need an office outside the house. Maybe I could set up a chair in the shed and put the tires somewhere else … 😑