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Old Today, 2:34 PM   #23371
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The main thing is whether I redirect development towards a distributed model, than can handle failovers to other DBs and the like, or just leave it the way it is now.
I'm hearing buzzwords, and not seeing benefit.

Have you tried MongoDB, I hear it's web scale?

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Have you tried MongoDB, I hear it's web scale?
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Have you tried MongoDB, I hear it's web scale?
Does it have enough tubes though?
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A brief question: I'm evaluating whether I should reengineer our IIS-based application around various technologies, AWS, docker, blah blah blah.

If the IIS portion is simply a base site that connects to a database (currently MSSQL, maybe go to MYSQL), should I perhaps shove it in a docker container now instead, rather than be running up new machines every time a customer wants something? Obviously it's cheaper, but it is best practice to have something like that dockerised rather than physically separated on separate servers?

Genuinely interested in people's opinions. No, 'emergerd IIS' is not a valid opinion.
there is this little cloud provider called Azure, I think they do IIS apps in the cloud.
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Yeah firewalls and browser security policies seem to be the major issues so far. Luckily, no plugins required (and I plan to ensure none are, ever).

The main thing is whether I redirect development towards a distributed model, than can handle failovers to other DBs and the like, or just leave it the way it is now.

TBH, it's not a high-usage application, so it could probably just get away with a conversion to mysql and sit the database on AWS RDS. Then go away from running up separate instances for clients and sit them all on the same IIS box.
they are pretty basic questions. if you dont know the answer, you should find someone who does.
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