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From: William Le Ferrand <William.Le-Ferrand@p...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] scalable web apps
Hi,

Personally I wrote www.corefarm.com using ocsigen and I deployed it
(actually, the backend gatewayX.corefarm.com, not the frontend) in amazon
ec2, behind the elastic load balancer (
http://aws.amazon.com/elasticloadbalancing/). So when traffic increases (and
when the servers start to lag), new instances are automatically brought to
life.

For www.corefarm.org I wrote a custom loadbalancer but I never used it; I
had at most 300 requests every 10 seconds. (not from visitors, from the
CPU-sharing application) and the server was never overloaded.

All the best,

william



2010/7/24 Joel Reymont <joelr1@gmail.com>

> How do you build scalable web apps with OCaml?
>
> Do you use Apache with mod_caml? Naked Ocsigen?
>
> Do you put Ocsigen behind Nginx?
>
>        Thanks in advance, Joel
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