5 Best Practices for Different Web Application Hosting Scenarios
Created#More Posted time:Jan 15, 2019 16:53 PM
Best Practice #1: Application Hosting with CDN ---CDN fetches original content from OSS and caches the content at edge nodes.
Best Practice #2: Web Application Hosting with Auto Scaling ---Addition or removal of servers managed by Auto Scaling from SLB occurs automatically, making deployment option a genuinely robust setup
Best Practice #3: Web Application Hosting with Higher IO Performance---separate write and read requests into different DB instances. Don't forget to include a memcached layer between the web hosting servers and the DB
ApsaraDB for Memcache --- online open caching service for high-speed access to queries and data while accessing hotspot data to reduce stress on DB.
ApsaraDB for Read-only RDS ---read > write request. ApsaraDB can create replicas of master instances with read-only accounts for RDS in a particular region
Best Practice #4: Web Application Hosting with Multi-DC DR --- servers and database services across multiple DCs or Available Zones
Complete Automation --- switching the prod env with the DR env
Full Resource Utilization --system uses resources from the prod env to ensure DR
Best Practice #5: Web Application Hosting with Multi-Region Deployment
Simple and self-explanatory
sample CDN and rest in the link
1st Reply#Posted time:Dec 6, 2019 2:56 AM
This is a really awesome tutorial. Can i use multiple CDN on my site hosted with Namecheap or should transfer it.
2nd Reply#Posted time:Aug 3, 2019 14:39 PM
I'm looking for a way to set up a web app for my website. I currently host it on Alibaba cloud. Anyway, your tutorial is really cool.