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Magento 2 in Multi-Node and AWS EFS: Deployment of static content

Re: Magento 2 in Multi-Node and AWS EFS: Deployment of static content

What are better strategies (best practives?) to generate the static content and share it between instances?

Or would it be sufficient if I use the normal file system for pub/static, generate the AMI-image and spin up these instances in Auto Scaling? pub/static shouldn't change without omegle deployment?

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Re: Magento 2 in Multi-Node and AWS EFS: Deployment of static content

Instead of replicating to the nodes, why not configure static content to run through CloudFront to a single origin server (the primary that you deploy on).   The scaled nodes could effectively have no /pub/static /pub/media at all because all that traffic is being directed to the CloudFront distribution.

I've been exploring scaling Magento on AWS and this is the direction I am leaning just because CloudFront is a far better CDN for getting the static content out than just having more nodes.  You will never replicate CloudFront's ability to scale static content with your own EC2 nodes.

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Anyone with advice/experience with this - please reply!

Re: Magento 2 in Multi-Node and AWS EFS: Deployment of static content

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Re: Magento 2 in Multi-Node and AWS EFS: Deployment of static content

We're running Magento 2 on AWS behind an Application Load Balancer and in Auto Scaling Groups. Backend is cached by Redis. We're sharing pub/media and pub/static on AWS EFS and they are cached and delivered via AWS CloudFront. After updates, instances are deployed and an AMI is generated which serves as template for Auto Scaling.

This ensures all instances have all the data and caches are warmed up. In general, everything runs smooth and fast, because only few of all the requests reach to the nodes itself.

One big problem is when deploying new static content. Due to the nature of EFS, this is slow as hell and means a lot of downtime. Luckily, we only have 1-2 deployments per month, but this bothers me a lot.

What are better strategies (best practives?) to generate the static content and share it between instances?

Or would it be sufficient if I use the normal file system for pub/static, generate the AMI-image and spin up these instances in Auto Scaling? pub/static shouldn't change without deployment of site please click here

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Re: Magento 2 in Multi-Node and AWS EFS: Deployment of static content

We're running Magento 2 on AWS behind an Application Load Balancer and in Auto Scaling Groups. Backend is cached by Redis. We're sharing pub/media and pub/static on AWS EFS and they are cached and delivered via AWS CloudFront. After updates, instances are deployed and an AMI is generated which serves as template for Auto Scaling.

This ensures all instances have all the data and caches are warmed up. In general, everything runs smooth and fast, because only few of all the requests reach to the nodes itself.

One big problem is when deploying new static content. Due to the nature of EFS, this is slow as hell and means a lot of downtime. Luckily, we only have 1-2 deployments per month, but this bothers me a lot.

What are better strategies (best practives?) to generate the static content and share it between instances?

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For handling media images & static contents. We were listing the solutions we have to try. What is the ability or not as the options of a team have no knowledge about AWS services stack.

Requirement:

  • Fast even data size is small
  • Latency is minimal
  • Ability to scale Magento instances
  • Easy to handle, permission file heed

Elastic File System (EFS)

No. Very slow if your website has less than 100 GB of data. The time to warm up cache.

EFS always mentions case study with minimum data size is 100 GB. Many blog posts mention it, they're also warning that you only get the good throughput when you have this minimum data size.

We didn’t believe in these articles about minimum data size, we tried and failed.

In the first case, we're mounting generated/, var/, pub/ with an ambition that we can scale a new instance without warming cache on it. Just provisioning, pull the code, build-and-up our instance.

In the second case, we only mount pub/media, pub/static toysfeel (need update)

If you still consider to use with a correct.

Elastic Block System (EBS)

No. Although, it is faster than EFS but EBS just supports mounting to only one EC2 instance. It doesn’t be flexible for scaling.

Yes. If you wouldn’t like to scaling.

S3 (via AWS SDK — S3 client) Use Amazon S3 as the file storage solution for your Magento 2 application

The concept that we can use the command to syncronize local folder to a specific S3 bucket.

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