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Rapidly deploy your Seaside application for free using Amazon EC2 and Gemstone

Nick
Amazon's offer of a free micro instance for a year[1] grabbed my attention:

To help new AWS customers get started in the cloud, AWS is introducing a new free usage tier. Beginning November 1, new AWS customers will be able to run a free Amazon EC2 Micro Instance for a year...

I've created an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (ami-7f9bae0b) which is preconfigured with a webserver, Gemstone, GemTools into which I've loaded Seaside 3.03 and latest Pier code. You should be able to use the machine image to rapidly deploy your Seaside applications or use the AMI as the basis for your own improved configuration, then share that configuration back with the community. Creating and sharing modified configurations is relatively straight-forward [2].

I've documented how to use my AMI to create your own free EC2 instances - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Create-a-free-Gemstone-server-in-the-cloud-in-10-minutes

Have fun

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Re: Rapidly deploy your Seaside application for free using Amazon EC2 and Gemstone

Sven Van Caekenberghe
Great writeup, Nick!
Thanks a lot for sharing.

Sven

On 03 Jan 2011, at 01:37, Nick Ager wrote:

> Amazon's offer of a free micro instance for a year[1] grabbed my attention:
>
> To help new AWS customers get started in the cloud, AWS is introducing a new free usage tier. Beginning November 1, new AWS customers will be able to run a free Amazon EC2 Micro Instance for a year...
>
> I've created an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (ami-7f9bae0b) which is preconfigured with a webserver, Gemstone, GemTools into which I've loaded Seaside 3.03 and latest Pier code. You should be able to use the machine image to rapidly deploy your Seaside applications or use the AMI as the basis for your own improved configuration, then share that configuration back with the community. Creating and sharing modified configurations is relatively straight-forward [2].
>
> I've documented how to use my AMI to create your own free EC2 instances - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Create-a-free-Gemstone-server-in-the-cloud-in-10-minutes
> There's an accompanying screencast - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Screencast-creating-a-new-instance-based-on-pre-configured-AMI or on Vimeo http://vimeo.com/18375790
> I've also documented the process of creating the AMI - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Installing-Gemstone-on-an-Amazon-EC2-Linux-instance
>
> Have fun
>
> Nick
>
> [1] http://aws.amazon.com/free/
> [2] http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/CreateAReusableAmazonMachineInstance
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It's a how to forge kind of stuff.
Great job Nick.



On Jan 2, 2011, at 10:37 PM, Nick Ager wrote:

Amazon's offer of a free micro instance for a year[1] grabbed my attention:

To help new AWS customers get started in the cloud, AWS is introducing a new free usage tier. Beginning November 1, new AWS customers will be able to run a free Amazon EC2 Micro Instance for a year...

I've created an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (ami-7f9bae0b) which is preconfigured with a webserver, Gemstone, GemTools into which I've loaded Seaside 3.03 and latest Pier code. You should be able to use the machine image to rapidly deploy your Seaside applications or use the AMI as the basis for your own improved configuration, then share that configuration back with the community. Creating and sharing modified configurations is relatively straight-forward [2].

I've documented how to use my AMI to create your own free EC2 instances - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Create-a-free-Gemstone-server-in-the-cloud-in-10-minutes

Have fun

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Hello Nick,

Great initiative! And a very nice screencast. I didn't realise that GemStone can run with just 600MB of memory. Nice that it can scale down as well as up.

A few months ago I created a EC2 image with Pharo and Seaside, see http://blog.doit.st/ec2/ This also runs in a Tiny EC2 image but off course, this setup has the disadvantage that you need to implement your own persistency solution.

I will definitely try out your GemStone EC2 image.

Jan.



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Amazon's offer of a free micro instance for a year[1] grabbed my attention:

To help new AWS customers get started in the cloud, AWS is introducing a new free usage tier. Beginning November 1, new AWS customers will be able to run a free Amazon EC2 Micro Instance for a year...

I've created an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (ami-7f9bae0b) which is preconfigured with a webserver, Gemstone, GemTools into which I've loaded Seaside 3.03 and latest Pier code. You should be able to use the machine image to rapidly deploy your Seaside applications or use the AMI as the basis for your own improved configuration, then share that configuration back with the community. Creating and sharing modified configurations is relatively straight-forward [2].

I've documented how to use my AMI to create your own free EC2 instances - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Create-a-free-Gemstone-server-in-the-cloud-in-10-minutes

Have fun

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Nick,

Nice work. Thanks for doing this. But one thing I noticed
is that the AMI is only available in the "EU West" region. 
Looking for it any of the other regions results in "No 
records found." (see attached) for me. Is there any way 
to get the image loaded in the other regions (US East 
is closest to me).

Anyway, thanks again,

Ron



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On Jan 2, 2011, at 7:37 PM, Nick Ager wrote:

Amazon's offer of a free micro instance for a year[1] grabbed my attention:

To help new AWS customers get started in the cloud, AWS is introducing a new free usage tier. Beginning November 1, new AWS customers will be able to run a free Amazon EC2 Micro Instance for a year...

I've created an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (ami-7f9bae0b) which is preconfigured with a webserver, Gemstone, GemTools into which I've loaded Seaside 3.03 and latest Pier code. You should be able to use the machine image to rapidly deploy your Seaside applications or use the AMI as the basis for your own improved configuration, then share that configuration back with the community. Creating and sharing modified configurations is relatively straight-forward [2].

I've documented how to use my AMI to create your own free EC2 instances - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Create-a-free-Gemstone-server-in-the-cloud-in-10-minutes

Have fun

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Re: Rapidly deploy your Seaside application for free using Amazon EC2 and Gemstone

Nick
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HI Ron,

I didn't realise AMI's are specific to the region and a brief search of the docs indicates Amazon doesn't make it trivial to move the AMI.

I'll look into moving the AMI this evening,

Cheers 

Nick

On 3 January 2011 15:53, Welch, Ronald P (US SSA) <[hidden email]> wrote:
Nick,

Nice work. Thanks for doing this. But one thing I noticed
is that the AMI is only available in the "EU West" region. 
Looking for it any of the other regions results in "No 
records found." (see attached) for me. Is there any way 
to get the image loaded in the other regions (US East 
is closest to me).

Anyway, thanks again,

Ron



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On Jan 2, 2011, at 7:37 PM, Nick Ager wrote:

Amazon's offer of a free micro instance for a year[1] grabbed my attention:

To help new AWS customers get started in the cloud, AWS is introducing a new free usage tier. Beginning November 1, new AWS customers will be able to run a free Amazon EC2 Micro Instance for a year...

I've created an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (ami-7f9bae0b) which is preconfigured with a webserver, Gemstone, GemTools into which I've loaded Seaside 3.03 and latest Pier code. You should be able to use the machine image to rapidly deploy your Seaside applications or use the AMI as the basis for your own improved configuration, then share that configuration back with the community. Creating and sharing modified configurations is relatively straight-forward [2].

I've documented how to use my AMI to create your own free EC2 instances - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Create-a-free-Gemstone-server-in-the-cloud-in-10-minutes

Have fun

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Thanks Nick. Sorry to be a pain in the neck....

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On Jan 3, 2011, at 11:40 AM, Nick Ager wrote:

HI Ron,

I didn't realise AMI's are specific to the region and a brief search of the docs indicates Amazon doesn't make it trivial to move the AMI.

I'll look into moving the AMI this evening,

Cheers 

Nick

On 3 January 2011 15:53, Welch, Ronald P (US SSA) <[hidden email]> wrote:
Nick,

Nice work. Thanks for doing this. But one thing I noticed
is that the AMI is only available in the "EU West" region. 
Looking for it any of the other regions results in "No 
records found." (see attached) for me. Is there any way 
to get the image loaded in the other regions (US East 
is closest to me).

Anyway, thanks again,

Ron


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On Jan 2, 2011, at 7:37 PM, Nick Ager wrote:

Amazon's offer of a free micro instance for a year[1] grabbed my attention:

To help new AWS customers get started in the cloud, AWS is introducing a new free usage tier. Beginning November 1, new AWS customers will be able to run a free Amazon EC2 Micro Instance for a year...

I've created an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (ami-7f9bae0b) which is preconfigured with a webserver, Gemstone, GemTools into which I've loaded Seaside 3.03 and latest Pier code. You should be able to use the machine image to rapidly deploy your Seaside applications or use the AMI as the basis for your own improved configuration, then share that configuration back with the community. Creating and sharing modified configurations is relatively straight-forward [2].

I've documented how to use my AMI to create your own free EC2 instances - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Create-a-free-Gemstone-server-in-the-cloud-in-10-minutes

Have fun

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Hi Ron,

Sorry I ran out of time this evening. I'll try to make the AMI available in the US in the next few days. I've updated the blog post to indicate that the AMI is currently only available in EU-WEST region. 
I'll let you know when I've something for you to look at.

Cheers

Nick

On 3 January 2011 16:51, Welch, Ronald P (US SSA) <[hidden email]> wrote:

Thanks Nick. Sorry to be a pain in the neck....

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On Jan 3, 2011, at 11:40 AM, Nick Ager wrote:

HI Ron,

I didn't realise AMI's are specific to the region and a brief search of the docs indicates Amazon doesn't make it trivial to move the AMI.

I'll look into moving the AMI this evening,

Cheers 

Nick

On 3 January 2011 15:53, Welch, Ronald P (US SSA) <[hidden email]> wrote:
Nick,

Nice work. Thanks for doing this. But one thing I noticed
is that the AMI is only available in the "EU West" region. 
Looking for it any of the other regions results in "No 
records found." (see attached) for me. Is there any way 
to get the image loaded in the other regions (US East 
is closest to me).

Anyway, thanks again,

Ron



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On Jan 2, 2011, at 7:37 PM, Nick Ager wrote:

Amazon's offer of a free micro instance for a year[1] grabbed my attention:

To help new AWS customers get started in the cloud, AWS is introducing a new free usage tier. Beginning November 1, new AWS customers will be able to run a free Amazon EC2 Micro Instance for a year...

I've created an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (ami-7f9bae0b) which is preconfigured with a webserver, Gemstone, GemTools into which I've loaded Seaside 3.03 and latest Pier code. You should be able to use the machine image to rapidly deploy your Seaside applications or use the AMI as the basis for your own improved configuration, then share that configuration back with the community. Creating and sharing modified configurations is relatively straight-forward [2].

I've documented how to use my AMI to create your own free EC2 instances - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Create-a-free-Gemstone-server-in-the-cloud-in-10-minutes

Have fun

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rwelch
No problem Nick. Any time you can give to it is greatly 
appreciated.

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On Jan 3, 2011, at 8:22 PM, Nick Ager wrote:

Hi Ron,

Sorry I ran out of time this evening. I'll try to make the AMI available in the US in the next few days. I've updated the blog post to indicate that the AMI is currently only available in EU-WEST region. 
I'll let you know when I've something for you to look at.

Cheers

Nick

On 3 January 2011 16:51, Welch, Ronald P (US SSA) <[hidden email]> wrote:

Thanks Nick. Sorry to be a pain in the neck....

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On Jan 3, 2011, at 11:40 AM, Nick Ager wrote:

HI Ron,

I didn't realise AMI's are specific to the region and a brief search of the docs indicates Amazon doesn't make it trivial to move the AMI.

I'll look into moving the AMI this evening,

Cheers 

Nick

On 3 January 2011 15:53, Welch, Ronald P (US SSA) <[hidden email]> wrote:
Nick,

Nice work. Thanks for doing this. But one thing I noticed
is that the AMI is only available in the "EU West" region. 
Looking for it any of the other regions results in "No 
records found." (see attached) for me. Is there any way 
to get the image loaded in the other regions (US East 
is closest to me).

Anyway, thanks again,

Ron



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On Jan 2, 2011, at 7:37 PM, Nick Ager wrote:

Amazon's offer of a free micro instance for a year[1] grabbed my attention:

To help new AWS customers get started in the cloud, AWS is introducing a new free usage tier. Beginning November 1, new AWS customers will be able to run a free Amazon EC2 Micro Instance for a year...

I've created an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (ami-7f9bae0b) which is preconfigured with a webserver, Gemstone, GemTools into which I've loaded Seaside 3.03 and latest Pier code. You should be able to use the machine image to rapidly deploy your Seaside applications or use the AMI as the basis for your own improved configuration, then share that configuration back with the community. Creating and sharing modified configurations is relatively straight-forward [2].

I've documented how to use my AMI to create your own free EC2 instances - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Create-a-free-Gemstone-server-in-the-cloud-in-10-minutes

Have fun

Nick


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Nick
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Hi,

Hopefully better late than never, I've finally got around to copying over the EU-WEST AMI into US-EAST. The two available AMIs are:

EU-WEST ami-7f9bae0b
US-EAST ami-603bcb09


Hope this helps

Nick


On 4 January 2011 12:57, Welch, Ronald P (US SSA) <[hidden email]> wrote:
No problem Nick. Any time you can give to it is greatly 
appreciated.

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On Jan 3, 2011, at 8:22 PM, Nick Ager wrote:

Hi Ron,

Sorry I ran out of time this evening. I'll try to make the AMI available in the US in the next few days. I've updated the blog post to indicate that the AMI is currently only available in EU-WEST region. 
I'll let you know when I've something for you to look at.

Cheers

Nick

On 3 January 2011 16:51, Welch, Ronald P (US SSA) <[hidden email]> wrote:

Thanks Nick. Sorry to be a pain in the neck....

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On Jan 3, 2011, at 11:40 AM, Nick Ager wrote:

HI Ron,

I didn't realise AMI's are specific to the region and a brief search of the docs indicates Amazon doesn't make it trivial to move the AMI.

I'll look into moving the AMI this evening,

Cheers 

Nick

On 3 January 2011 15:53, Welch, Ronald P (US SSA) <[hidden email]> wrote:
Nick,

Nice work. Thanks for doing this. But one thing I noticed
is that the AMI is only available in the "EU West" region. 
Looking for it any of the other regions results in "No 
records found." (see attached) for me. Is there any way 
to get the image loaded in the other regions (US East 
is closest to me).

Anyway, thanks again,

Ron



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On Jan 2, 2011, at 7:37 PM, Nick Ager wrote:

Amazon's offer of a free micro instance for a year[1] grabbed my attention:

To help new AWS customers get started in the cloud, AWS is introducing a new free usage tier. Beginning November 1, new AWS customers will be able to run a free Amazon EC2 Micro Instance for a year...

I've created an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (ami-7f9bae0b) which is preconfigured with a webserver, Gemstone, GemTools into which I've loaded Seaside 3.03 and latest Pier code. You should be able to use the machine image to rapidly deploy your Seaside applications or use the AMI as the basis for your own improved configuration, then share that configuration back with the community. Creating and sharing modified configurations is relatively straight-forward [2].

I've documented how to use my AMI to create your own free EC2 instances - http://www.nickager.com/nasite/blog/Create-a-free-Gemstone-server-in-the-cloud-in-10-minutes

Have fun

Nick


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Nick,

Your website nickager.com is down, so the instructions aren't available, but the video link on vimeo is still active. However, I can't seem to find your AMI in the east coast region (ami-603bcb09).

Did you remove it?

Thanks,

Combi