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Elastic Bean Stalk

ryang
Hi all - I was wondering, if we deploy Galaxy in AWS, can we take advantage of Elastic BeanStalk to scale our instances based on demand instead of trying to configure Galaxy to perform well for our users?

Ryan


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Re: Elastic Bean Stalk

Martin Čech
Hi Ryan,

if you are planning to use Galaxy on AWS I recommend you to have a look at the CloudMan (https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/CloudMan). It will help you orchestrate the instances and scale to meet the needs of your users.

It has been a while since I used the EB, but generally when scaling Galaxy you do not want to scale the whole webserver/app stack because you only need the worker nodes for jobs. Cloudman brings this setup to you with no strings attached.

How many users and what type of jobs/load are we talking about?

Thanks.

Martin

On Tue, Nov 15, 2016 at 11:26 AM Ryan G <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all - I was wondering, if we deploy Galaxy in AWS, can we take advantage of Elastic BeanStalk to scale our instances based on demand instead of trying to configure Galaxy to perform well for our users?

Ryan

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