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Deploy / FIX my Ruby on Rails application to AWS EB Platform with Ruby 2.7 running on 64bit Amazon Linux 2. I need a very experienced Ruby on Rails developer with good experience with AWS ElasticbeanStalk to deploy our application to the new AWS EB platform Amazon Linux 2. with Ruby 2.7 running on 64bit. The challenge seems to be with the new Amazon Linux2. Skills Ruby on Rails, AWS, AWS Elastic My budget is $200 Duration is by end of Today.
we have digital ocean server with centos 7, we are facing some issue need to fix and improve the performance
I have installed varnish in Linux server but the ports of configuration something is stopping it connecting to Magento 2, need some one fine tune and get it working with Magento 2 we have setup
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We search for a performance in depth professional, wo is able to tune a production environment regarding php execution. We need a real pro and engineer, who can 1) measure the current situation in terms of performance values E2E and especially on the server side, inside php, database, IO 2) share the report with your conclusions from the data 3) tweak the current configuration based on measured data 4) remeasure 5) verify if change has required impact 6) redo previous if impact is not visible Infrastructure is available to measure internationally via servers distributed worldwide, also we can measure locally in the LAN. The browser based waterflow diagram (developer tools) can be shared as screenshots without NDA. BUT if you only have this level of qualification to measure, you will no...