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spessex's picture

Solution for x 2 SSL's sitting on same architecture?

Hi

I was hoping someone might be able to help with an issue that I have.

Basically I want two different SSL's (as they belong to two different and independent companies) to sit on my AWS architecture but my architect is trying to tell me this is not possible, which I personally can't quite believe.

The current system has been working perfectly for around 6 months using the x 1 SSL cert, but now I want to use a 2nd SSL cert this is where the problem has raised its head.

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tim.foxell's picture

DevOps / Linux Administrator | Userly Ltd

Employment type: 
Full time
Telecommute: 
Not allowed

Hi Guys and Girls,

We are looking to hire a full time DevOps/Linux specialist into our company based in Haywards Heath (UK). We are a boutique agency working with other funded startups in various industry sectors. We predominantly build Drupal back end CMS solutions with accompanying Native iOS and Android applications.

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mkmagu's picture

Amazon Web Services with Elastic Beanstalk at NH PHP Meetup

The NH PHP Group has invited Paul Oakes to come and speak on Amazon Web Services with Elastic Beanstalk. This is a great opportunity to learn more about AWS with Beanstalk and how it supports Apps and Websites (including Drupal).

The NH PHP Group meets every 4th Thursday of the month at the Farm in Manchester, usually in the same room we have our Drupal Meet up in.

To Sign up please go to: http://www.meetup.com/NH-PHP/events/166284972/

For those who missed the Drupal meetup this month here is another chance to get out of the house!! :)

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Torenware's picture

Remote logging with nginx and php-fpm

I'm looking once again into how best to monitor a large Drupal 7 app I've deployed on AWS, using nginx and PHP-FPM (5.3.21 currently). The app uses autoscaling, and the instances often don't live very long (a day is a long time). So I need some kind of logging solution that will get my logs off the instances and into some kind of centralized store.

What are people doing for this use case?

I've noticed that more than a year after I last looked into this, PHP-FPM appears to have not committed a patch to support

error_log = syslog
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austin881's picture

Introduction

Hey I finally got around to joining this group and just wanted to post a quick introduction. Looking through the member list I recognize a few of you. I met Chris Shattuck and Jeremy Zerr at Boise Code Camp last year after attending their sessions. James Glasgow also put on a module building presentation last year that I enjoyed. If my memory serves me correctly I attended a presentation that Clint Tinsley did on CakePHP the year before that.

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cloudbull's picture

Hiring Geek | Horizonlink.co.jp

Employment type: 
Full time
Telecommute: 
Allowed

We are a company base shanghai in mobile game industry

We have plan to implement Drupal over AWS, the design will base on Cloudformation, EC2, VPC, ElastiCaches, SNS ... unlock the power of cloud to mobile phones.

We want tech people to join our company and accomplish the idea !
If you think this is a big idea, please let me know and email to keithyau@horizonlink.co.jp !!

What you can experience :

1) Drupal custom modules development
2) AWS SDK (PHP) integration with Drupal
3) SOLR cloud on AWS
4) Develop cloud tools base on Drush

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mhaamann's picture

Web Engineer | KirkeWeb

Employment type: 
Full time
Telecommute: 
Not allowed

Are you our new Web Engineer?

ChurchWeb is a high­growth start­up company introducing a game changing cloud based solution to churches. Our office is located in the heart of Copenhagen and when you join you will get caught by a vibe of fun, ambitions, attitude, and hard work.

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Torenware's picture

Redirecting IE9 compatibly with nginx when behind a load balancer

I'm having a nightmarish problem getting IE 9 to redirect from http to https. I've looked at a discussion from about a year ago (http://groups.drupal.org/node/206813), but in that case, nginx is in complete control.

In my case, I'm in AWS, and https is actually getting handled by an elastic load balancer (ELB), which is proxying over to nginx over port 80, and setting http_x_forwarded_proto:

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#x_forwarded_proto stuff for elb/https issues - see http://daniel.hahler.de/handle-x-forwarded-proto-in-backend-nginx
set $my_https "off";

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budda's picture

Linux Sysadmin | Ixis

Employment type: 
Full time
Telecommute: 
Not allowed

Ixis are recruiting another Linux systems administrator as we continue to expand in 2013.

Your main responsibilities will include managing existing clients, migrating new clients to our platforms or setting up / supporting systems using their existing infrastructure. 

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Screenack's picture

Running a Drupal site on AWS

All,

Send me your questions you have about using Amazon Web Services (AWS) for hosting a Drupal site. I'll incorporate them into my presentation.

Thanks,
Kyle

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