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You can look at Aurora Global Database for this. Based on this news announcement, you can also configure the setup, so you can write to your local db cluster and this is forwarded to your primary region. Of course there would be some lag in write requests, essentially of the length of time it takes to write to the primary region and replicate the data ...


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There can be many correct answers, depending on the strategy you are doing. My take would be: I wouldn't create a dedicated Docker image (e.g. index.docker.com/python:3.9-slim) with the application on it, but rather use the official Python Docker image, to build the app and the same to run it, so I'd package your app separately from the image that runs it. ...


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Yes, an input host file for ansible looks like https://pastebin.com/Vtfw5FtV The upper part node stuff is generated using terraform, we can dynamically up/down scale the number of nodes with terraform and terraform outputs the yaml used for the hosts part of the file. The tenant-specifiek yml vars (about 150 additional lines of tenant specific config yml) ...


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