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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
We have a shared hosting server with a few hundred sites, running on linux w/ whm/cpanel. We would like to 1) integrate our cpanel / whm backup utility to do offsite backup directly with Amazon s3 2) be able to also restore a site from s3 backup directly from WHM's interface. 3) we had something like this in previous server (we migrated) so would like to connect to same folders in S3 if possible 4) ideally we can have system only archive 1 backup per month, but weekly for current month and daily for current week.
Skills: Amazon S3 CPanel Linux System Administration WebHost Manager (WHM)
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Hello, ATSG Corporation is seeking a freelancer to assist with setting up the initial AWS production environment for a software product release. The Disclaimer: PLEASE AND EVEN PRETTY PLEASE: READ THIS DOCUMENT IN DETAIL AND RESPOND WITH A WELL-RATIONALIZED PROPOSAL THAT DEMONSTRATES YOU UNDERSTAND AND HAVE THE SKILLS TO FULFILL THIS POSTING. 1 or 2 line or generic replies will be ignored. Acceptable to Fluent English is required. Individuals responding MUST be the actual person who will be completing the tasks. Absolutely NO FIRMS OR INTERMEDIARIES will be accepted. The Project: The team has set up development resources in the cloud space, and is familiar with what they would like to see in the production environment but would like to fast track configuration of this environment and tap into the wisdom of a freelancer who is familiar with best practices across the AWS architecture, services and IAM security policies. Our initial production environment is fairly modest and will consist of the following Windows-based, .NET centric systems: * The production environment will require fail-over load-balanced resources such that there is minimal downtime (target is 99% availability per month). There are currently no “at-load” usage statistics for any part of the system, but the initial goal is to support 500 users; of which, likely 10-20% will be concurrently using the system. The system does churn on its own (gathering, curating, searching, alerting, etc.), and this will factor into the overall bandwidth. In addition, the system should be robust enough to scale up to 5,000 users. The production system allows niche subscribers to conduct research on historical data as well as set up alerts for new applicable data that arrives periodically throughout the day from various data sources. * SQL Server: 2 EC2 nodes pointing, ideally, to the same file storage. One node can be dark and used for fail-over only; or, if licensing both nodes is possible then the database can have load balancing as well. Note: Curated data needs to replicate to this environment from development. * Web Server: 2 EC2 nodes running IIS. Ideally certain file storage changes would replicate automatically from one node to the other. These should be load balanced and fail-over friendly. * Marketing Server: This is a separate EC2 so that SEO, page storage, bots and other goings-on do not impact service delivery of the product itself. This server needs to be able to host static web pages hosted on an S3 bucket. * AWS S3: Buckets will be needed to hold documents related to the product. As development is also the curation location, raw files will exist in development until they are curated, then they will progress to production. Eventually this approach will benefit from reassessment. * AWS Domain Services: There is already a development domain, as hosting AD is a bit pricey ($300/mo) we are wondering if two domains can be hosted via the one server or a recommendation regarding how to best configure our AD for both Dev/Production use. * AWS DynamoDB: We do publish documents to Dynamo - so far, it has been for exposure to Cloud Search. * AWS Cloud Search: We will need one or more Cloud Search domains, and some mechanism to both publish and update content in those domains (sources could be Dynamo, S3 or perhaps even SQL Server). * AWS EC2 Security Groups and Firewall: We want to make sure that the environment is not more open than it needs to be. * AWS IAM: As mentioned earlier, we want to make sure IAM and AD are used to effectively secure the various parts of the system * Backup and Recovery: We want to make sure we can recover effectively should there be data corruption or other service disruption * Scalability: We want to make sure we can take advantage of scalability features: For example, the freelance might recommend Elastic Beanstalk over load balanced EC2s for the web servers. We are open to these recommendations. * Release Management: We will be releasing code, database updates and curated content into production at regular intervals. We want to make sure the path to do this is secure - especially any automated channels. * Configuration Management: We are interested in any recommended approach for configuration management across the above requirements - could be a combination of AWS products/services or 3rd party tools. Your Proposal: Please propose an estimated cost and estimated timeline. You can choose to do the work, or document what our team needs to do or a mix of both. Your Skills: We are looking for an expert with a background in Windows and .NET platforms who is also an quasi (or full on) evangelist of the AWS service platform and has a recommend selection of products and services that are better suited to Windows/.NET but do not preclude Linux/Python as we do have some code on the development/curation side that uses those platforms. We look forward to hearing from you!
Skills: Amazon S3 Active Directory Amazon EC2 Amazon Web Services
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $2,500 - Posted
Project: Software Update server Technologies: Spring, Spring Web, Spring Web MVC, Spring Security, AWS S3, Jelastic Time of work: 4 months Startup of project till: till may 2016 Tools: Maven, Java Management: Atlassian Jira, Bamboo + AWS, Delivered input data: Functional requirements, Navigation, UX interface design Functional description: Application is a web gateway for updating desktop applications. Installer artifacts are served by bamboo servers and stored in AWS S3 bucket. Delivered service is responsible for serving update data (files) for external customers (hhtp auth) depending on authorization and licence/service rights for a given customer. Project assumptions: - any frontend javascript library. Required responsiveness of a given interface. Stories: - access to artifact data store - communication to AWS S3. One single bucket. Getting data from provided paths and user requests. - administrator login - login window for administrator section. - administrators management - administrator list. CRUD operation for administrator (up to 5 parameters). Active/Inactive flag. - customer management - customer list. CRUD operations for customers (up to 10 parameters). - customer licence management - licence list for each customer (remote user). Licence describes to which S3 path user has access and licence valid date. - update center definition - definition for default S3 paths when there is no customer defined path given during request. - customer login - login window for customer information page. - customer information view - Static html page with links to S3 files/buckets with documentation etc. - licence monitoring - request montoring. Saving http request source and parameters. Browsing through logs with basic filtering (customer, date range). Expected artifacts: - source code in Bitbucket mercurial repository - unit/integration tests for main controllers (business logic) - work on shared Jira instance with constant log of work
Skills: Amazon S3 Atlassian JIRA
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I have a wordpress installation that is currently on hostgator shared hosting. I need an experienced sys admin to provide the following: 1. create an AMI for the website 2. move DB into RDS 3. create load balancer 4. create ruleset that launches new EC2 instances and adds them to load balancer so burst traffic can be handled 5. utilize S3 bucket/Cloudfront for things like themes, media, plugins I have an S3 bucket set up and I am currently in the process of configuring wordpress to use the this S3 bucket via Cloudfront using W3 Total Cache. I need a scalable solution that allows me to grow the website while in the cloud. ie. the wp-content and wp-includes folder will probably need to be split off from the main script files and served separately via S3. Then create AMI's for DB2 instances for the load balancer which just have the wordpress scripts in them connected to the DB set up in RDS. I want redundancy everywhere including the DB and load balancer EC2 instances. My proposed architecture includes: 1 x load balancer with a minimum of 2 EC instances spun up at all times... connected to an RDS db (with redundancy). Then the plugins, themes, images etc. (basically the entire wp-content, wp-includes folders) hosted in an S3 bucket that is configured to be used in wordpress using W3 Total Cache plugin. I'm open to other configurations if there is a better way... I've read even an entire wordpress web app can be hosted on S3... but I can't tell if that solution will work for me. Ultimately, if i want to make changes to the theme files.. or add a plugin... i want just be able to take a new AMI image... after those changes are done and keep on working. After moving some of the files to Amazon S3 I have a few 403 forbidden errors for a few icons and one of the plugins. This problem will also need to be resolved.
Skills: Amazon S3 Amazon EC2 Amazon Relational Database Service Amazon Web Services
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Hi... I'm building an big Wordpress site with WooCommerce with many plugins. I want to have the ability to Auto Scale... I also want my site to be able to do something like the links under, but can we achieve this without having to install riofs directly on the server and/or by using plugins in Wordpress to connect to S3 and CloudFront? If we host everything in Amazon AWS with EC2, S3, CloudFront and RDS can we then drop plugins and handle everything internally on AWS? I also want to use CloudFlare in front of this with SSL from CloudFlare and on my site so that the connection between them is secure. https://github.com/skoobe/riofs http://www.affiliatewebdesigners.com/2015/06/02/using-amazon-s3-to-store-your-affiliate-product-images/ With "riofs" we don't need to upload images to the server only to Amazon S3. This mean you don't get an additional WRITE on your server and an additional READ on your server that are not required. Then images is saved directly to Amazon S3 without involving your own server at all. but can we drop this if we handle everything internally on AWS? Something like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vg5onp8TU6Q PHP7.0.2 is a pluss
Skills: Amazon S3 Amazon EC2 Amazon Relational Database Service MySQL Administration
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
You should be able to administer our entire app infrastruture on Google Cloud (www.buzzmark.com) as well AWS (where we host a web Java application and several Wordpress sites) At Least 3 Years of experience and knowledge of: - Linux (- RHEL/CentOS/Debian) - Systems Administration - Virtualization/Cloud Infrastructure - Application servers - Version Control and continuous integration(Git, Jenkins, etc.) - MySQL or comparable - Wordpress
Skills: Amazon S3 Amazon EC2 Amazon Web Services Google Apps
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $210 - Posted
I'm looking for a developer experienced in AWS and Django. I'm planning on building a website, and as a first step I'd like to set up it's landing page. I'd like the website to be hosted on AWS and developed in Django. The initial work would be to: -Set up the server (and database) - you can use BeanStalk -Set up Django project on it -Add a basic signup form (for future users) collecting name and email Also, if you happen to have experience in front-end development using Bootstrap 3 - though it's not essential - the extra task could be to implement the design of the page (I'll provide the ready .psd). Obviously, this is just the first step thus if everything goes well, there would be more future work to develop the actual website later on.
Skills: Amazon S3 Django
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