[Seaside] Re: Internal/external order tracking system

Sebastian Sastre sebastian at flowingconcept.com
Sat Dec 18 22:54:47 UTC 2010

welcome to the 'learn as you go' world :)

It's never been easier to get a server in a decent datacenter for a very low price. With it and your ssh terminal you only have to design things in a way that you only depend on them to press the reset button (which in normal operations you don't even need it) (or format and install the OS at the beginning of the service) (or something went too bad on hardware). You can admin it via ssh forgetting about hardware issues (because they care if shit happens) and stay focused on architecture and the app itself.

On Dec 18, 2010, at 7:41 PM, Sean P. DeNigris wrote:

> Sebastian Sastre wrote:
>> Why do you think that using the LAN is going to do any substantial
>> difference for the better?
> I have no idea what I'm talking about - that's why I'm asking you guys ;-)
> We had a 5 year streak of no business-hours downtime on the internal server,
> and when it failed we didn't have to wait for a vendor.  But I wanted to get
> opinions from the experts, and it seems everyone's comfortable with the
> cloud for this type of thing.
> So I'm going to fly into the cloud and see how it goes.
> Thank you all for the input.
> Sean
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