All it would be I'm imagining is it would be like a virtual private server.
In the long term. I think I TTF would still be quite expensive
On Mar 30, 2013 2:44 PM, "Florian Effenberger" <
we have received a voucher for the Amazon Cloud, and after playing with it
for a while, I think it could be a good extension for our current
I would not use it for extending our general infrastructure, as
synchronizing data between two datacenters with different frameworks can be
tedious, but for booking compute power when needed, I think it's a good
thing - in other words, using it as on-demand compile cluster.
Anyone has already experience with using the Amazon Cloud for compiling?
From what I have heard, creating Windows builds would be not such a good
choice - not only is the Windows compute time more expensive than the Linux
one, but it seems that in addition, "real iron" seems to be better.
However, for other buildbot/tinderbox tasks, is there anyone who already
has experience? Otherwise, I'll investigate a bit on my own and see how we
can make best use of it.
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