AWS Elastic Load Balancer Tutorial | Lead Thinking
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adding elb to amazon servers
You can load balance your Mysql cluster – however ELB is outside Amazon’s firewall and isn’t integrated with it. This means that to load balance Mysql you need to open it up to the world and rely on strong credentials to keep your data secure, rather than firewall rules.
We’ve been using the new Amazon Load Balancers (ELB) for Socialmod, and since there’s not much information out there on the subject, I thought a blog post would be in order.