Suggested requirements: 1 x t2.medium compute 1 x t2.micro rds postgresql 1 x ELB 1 x S3 Bucket and auto scaling (group + launch config) Reference info: https://majken.etherpad.mozilla.org/fantheflames For Mozilla IT's convenience, it'd be easiest if we had access to the AWS resources through the AWS control panel, too.
@Marcia - are you looking for a different instance than the discourse.mozilla-community.org instance? Do categories not meet your needs? Regardless, I'm working on a CloudFormation template to spin up new instances. Will report back shortly.
(In reply to matthew zeier [:mrz] from comment #1) > @Marcia - are you looking for a different instance than the > discourse.mozilla-community.org instance? > > Do categories not meet your needs? > > Regardless, I'm working on a CloudFormation template to spin up new > instances. Will report back shortly. Yes, my understanding from Kensie is that this is a different instance than the existing one. She can probably clarify further if needed.
@yalam96, possible to spin this up with the same method you did for guides.mozilla-community.org ?
Yep, though I want to use this one to build a CloudFormation template.
@marcia - we're trying to get this spun up through CloudFormation and are targeting first week of November. Will that match your timeline?
Yes, that sounds great! (The forum is for me)
Everything is done on our end; we need an email that it'll send from. What do you want the domain to be?
ni on Kensie for the question in Comment 7.
Tanner, what's next?
(In reply to Majken Connor [:Kensie] from comment #9) > Tanner, what's next? Waiting for approval on bug 1115911. I can't do much else until incoming mail is working. Even if I did finish setting it up, it'd just be a very broken forum without mail.
Tanner, was there anything else on your end to set up with this? I added the CDN which I think was the last thing? Possibly requires SSL.
(In reply to Yousef Alam [:yalam96] from comment #11) > Tanner, was there anything else on your end to set up with this? I added the > CDN which I think was the last thing? > > Possibly requires SSL. I believe everything on my end is done.