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05 Mar 2013

Itemized Billing by Project/Client on AWS Using PivotTables in Excel

I love AWS, but the way my company works, we often find ourselves in a position where we have to pass hosting costs through to the client, and Amazon doesn’t give you any basic utility in the console to do just that.

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tornado_OPT
03 Mar 2010

The Cloud is a Lie

Okay, the cloud (or grid or whatever they’re calling it now) isn’t exactly a lie, but at least on a retail level, it hasn’t held up to the hype.

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30 Mar 2009

And Still More Notes on Mosso

Continuing in the Moving to Mosso series, I’ve come across a few more issues that anyone considering moving to Mosso should consider.

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16 Feb 2009

Some Notes on Moving to Mosso

It’s been over a month since I opened my account with Mosso, Rackspace’s cloud hosting division. Overall, I’ve been very happy with my decision – but there are a few things you may want to be aware of if you’re considering switching.

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14 Jan 2009

Moving to Mosso

I am in the process of migrating all 200 domain names (approximately 100 websites) on my server over to Mosso – which is why you would have gotten a 404 if you happened on the site for a short time last night. (.htaccess did not transfer correctly, so mod_rewrites were

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AreMySitesUp
02 Jan 2009

Cheap or Free Website Status Monitoring

Its a call you never, ever want to get. “My server is down!” or “Our website has been hacked!” As a developer, there are few things that make you look worse than getting a call from your client letting you know that their site is down, or worse yet, hacked.

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