What Doesn’t It Do¶
Amazon recently introduced
Elastic File System an effectively unlimited
size cloud file storage that can be mounted simultaneously on multiple
servers. It provides high availability and durability and should be
significantly faster than either S3 or even standard SSD EBS mounts. For these
reasons it would make an ideal storage option for a shared blob directory and
possibly also ZEO filestorages.
Integrating this new storage option into the recipes and documentation should be a high priority going forward. The interface for Elastic File System is NFS v4, which the stack already supports, so it may even be trivial to integrate.
There are probably some other fun new AWS services that would be useful to integrate.
Proxy Cache Purging¶
Plone provides some very nice proxy caching configuration, but that configuration is managed TTW and stored persistently in the ZODB. If you have multiple proxy caches which could be going online or offline automatically or changing IP addresses, then having persistent configuration of caches to purge is not ideal.
It would be very useful to add support in plone.app.caching for reading a list of proxy servers from an environment variable or other mechanism that can easily be managed as part of the configuration phase.
The latest Opsworks codebase requires Chef 12. The Python cookbooks are currently only tested on Chef 11. Running Opsworks on Ubuntu Xenial instances requires using the latest Chef 12 version. This will likely require extensive testing and upgrades to dependency cookbooks.
Probably, play around with it and let me know.