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Introduction

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is part of Amazon Web Services. It provides "resizable compute capacity in the cloud"---in other words, it allows you to run what are essentially virtual private servers of various sizes and capabilities. It is relatively straightforward to set up a WebObjects application server on an EC2 instance. There are several flavours of Linux available as base images to customize.

Public WO AMIs

An easy way to get started is to fire up an instance of one of the public Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) that are already configured as WebObjects application servers.

AMI ID

Date

Region

Architecture

Root Device

Provider

What's on it

ami-de91bbaa

Sept 17, 2010

eu-west-1

64-bit

EBS

Simon McLean

Amazon Linux, httpd, mod_ssl, httpd-devel, gcc, ImageMagick, WebObjects 5.4.3, JavaMonitor/wotaskd (standard Apple flavours)

ami-0be80962

July 8, 2009

us-east-1

32-bit

S3

WOlastic

web server, java VM, load balancer, database(s), configuration and monitoring tools

ami-75b79f01

July 8, 2009

eu-west-1

32-bit

S3

WOlastic

web server, java VM, load balancer, database(s), configuration and monitoring tools

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