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How does the creation of an AMI on AWS work and why is the creation time unpredictable?
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When creating an AMI, you are making a copy of your EBS volumes. This utilizes block storage and will only need to process the diffs of your EBS snapshots. If you changed a lot of data in your EBS or ...

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Is it allowed to remove mounted directory from inside Docker container?
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No, you sadly can't remove a volume that is in use by a container which is stated under 'Extended Description' here: https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/commandline/volume_rm/ However, I'd ...

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Bridged network adapter for Packer + VirtualBox?
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With a bridged adapter, your VM would get its IP from the host machine's network DHCP server. This would allow it to be pinged from your internal network. I'd also specify in your configuration that ...

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Route53 Routing Policies - Best Policy for US-based Ecommerce?
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To answer your question, ill first try to give simple explanations for each policy to help with the confusion (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/Route53/latest/DeveloperGuide/routing-policy.html). Simple: ...

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Ansible cloudformation vs cloudformation
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You wouldn't need to use Ansible for AWS cloudformation if you are fine with just using AWS cloudformation. Ansible integrated AWS cloudformation so that you can convert your local Ansible files into ...

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Cloud service for Django app deployment
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Asking which service is the "easiest" is very subjective and I'm biased towards AWS since that is the service that I got most of my certification from. In the end, you should play around with each and ...

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How is Continuous Integration different from using git to integrate external code?
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Continuous Integration with Jenkins would handle code integration but that would not be its only role. This is what I think you are missing. For continuous integration, you would also run your ...

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