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Get started with this basic AWS diagram template.
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A 3-tier architecture will allow you to develop and maintain a presentation layer, application layer, and data layer as independent modules.
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Using a 2-tier architecture means that a presentation layer runs on a client while a data layer is stored on a server.
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Oracle EBS is a set of customer relationship and supply chain management applications. While often run on Oracle Cloud, here’s how it was set up with AWS.
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This AWS network contains separate public, private, and utility subnets within the cloud.
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With multiple EC2 instances, this network uses Elastic Load Balancer to distribute traffic across availability zones.
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This example shows how a network was set up to allow for remote management and administration.
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Elastic load balancing distributes application traffic to multiple instances or containers within your application.
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Varnish Enterprise and Varnish Cache increase the speed of web loading time by re-serving a page from a user’s cache. In this version, Varnish is deployed across three availability zones.
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This example describes Varnish deployed across two availability zones.
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