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NAM & amazon EC2


We are moving to gov cloud (who isn't?), it's still in planning phase.
Before doing it, does anyone know if NAM (currently we use 4.1 and
planning to move to 4.2) work with amazon EC2? I don't see why will not,
just want to make sure. Also, we will have 2 AGs and 2 IDSs as clusters,
will amazon ELB work as L4 switch (NAM document mention about having L4
switch in front of cluster of AGs or IDS)? Anyone has experience on
this?

Thanks

Mark


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Mark,
NAM should work with EC2. I didn't do a full NAM deploy but I did
install eDir as a POC and didn't have any issues. I'd suggest using a
supported version of Linux, either RHEL or SUSE. The biggest catch for
me was correctly allowing communication via iptables/ local firewall
rules for our setup. The ELB should work without issue, we use physical
F5's in our current setup.

I'm sure others with more experience will chime in.
Joe


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jsullivan;272312 Wrote:
> Mark,
> NAM should work with EC2. I didn't do a full NAM deploy but I did
> install eDir as a POC and didn't have any issues. I'd suggest using a
> supported version of Linux, either RHEL or SUSE. The biggest catch for
> me was correctly allowing communication via iptables/ local firewall
> rules for our setup. The ELB should work without issue, we use physical
> F5's in our current setup.
>
> I'm sure others with more experience will chime in.
> Joe


Thanks Jsullivan


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