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Creating an ELB load balancer with private subnet instances in a VPC

I was facing massive issues with an ELB configuration which had the following set up:

  • All instance were part of an AWS VPC
  • Three subnets, one public, two privates…
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Happy Friday!

I know you see it so let’s go ahead and discuss that brownie.

Camryn put in a special request for brownies in her lunch because her friends were all bringing them. 116 more words

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Configuring AWS ELB to work with Windows Authentication

I recently hit a hurdle when exposing a demo website restricted by IIS Windows Authentication using an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Load Balancer (ELB). The symptoms were that the website requested the credentials, as expected, but would then continue to request these for every hit of the website resulting in an unusable user experience of countless logins. 45 more words


ASP.NET MVC Attribute Supporting SSL Terminated at Amazon Elastic Load Balancer

In my last post, I described an ASP.NET Web Api RequireHttps attribute that supports SSL terminated at a load balancer like Amazon’s ELB. ¬†Here’s a RequireHttps attribute for ASP.NET MVC with load balancer support: 76 more words

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Fantastic Friday

Last Friday (01/08/2014) was a rather fantastic day, not only did I find a bar that serves a huge variety of crafted real ale and locally resourced pork pie, thick with meat and served with lashings of homemade piccalilli. 711 more words

ASP.NET Web API 2 RequireSsl Attribute With Support For Terminating SSL At Load Balancer

Most modern load balancers, including Amazon’s Elastic Load Balancer (ELB), allow you to configure them to handle SSL. Although they can forward the request to your web nodes using SSL, it is more efficient to offload the SSL processing to the load balancer and forward requests from there to your web servers using plain HTTP on port 80. 208 more words

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