Amazon EC2 – a real-world case study of moving from a data center to the
Two years ago, I blogged about ChessJam, a chess application that I helped develop where people from all over the world play live chess with each other. Since launching ChessJam, it’s been up and running 24/7 with very little downtime and has experienced some good growth.
Not bad for no marketing budget I think. It’s not a huge amount of activity compared to a lot of applications, but the performance demands are very high. Serious chess players don’