[asterisk-users] AWS/EC2 server selection
jprangi at gmail.com
Sun Mar 8 10:51:42 CDT 2015
Digital ocean offers ssd on all the virtual machines. Uptime is good.
> On Mar 8, 2015, at 8:11 AM, Jeff LaCoursiere <jeff at jeff.net> wrote:
> Amazon instances are shared resources. I wouldn't want to count on timing or disk throughput, and you can't just ask them to do "ssd" - its a virtual machine! 500 simultaneous recordings is a hefty load, and I would want to know that the underlying hardware is dedicated to the task.
> Sure you see lots of posts about hosting asterisk and/or freeswitch on EC2. I have done it myself and even have some clients doing it now *for proof of concept*. I've never heard of anyone using it for the kind of load you are talking about. I'm assuming with such a giant load you are making a decent profit. Buy some hefty hardware and do the architecture properly. You can rent half a rack at lots of high end datacenters for less than $1000/month.
>> On 03/07/2015 12:43 AM, Amit Patkar wrote:
>> Hi Jeff
>> Are you aware of any challenges of hosting it on AWS? It will help me to work out alternate plan. Is there any recommendation? Should I split it to multiple instances and balance traffic across multiple small server instances? I can use Kamailio to balance traffic.
>> I see many posts referring to AWS deployment. Please help me to choose AWS server instance.
>> Thanks & Regards,
>> Amit Patkar
>>> On 3/7/2015 12:19 AM, Jeff LaCoursiere wrote:
>>> Why use Amazon? With that kind of load I would want dedicated servers. Call Rackspace or Softlayer.
>>>> On 03/06/2015 11:59 AM, Amit Patkar wrote:
>>>> I plan to host Asterisk instances on AWS/EC2 servers.
>>>> Requirement is to run asterisk instance with transcoding (g.729 + g.711) and full recording. Number of concurrent calls expected are 500+. 2 instances will be configured for 100% redundancy. Heart beat will be used to determine active instance.
>>>> How should I choose EC2 instance?
>>>> How many vCPU, RAM should be selected? I am assuming that server with ssd is required as all 500+ calls needs to be recorded.
>>>> Amit Patkar
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