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Diogo Jesus

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    Diogo Jesus got a reaction from Mikensan in Question regarding IP Transit   
    Hey sorry for the late reply but been busy lately with other projects.
     
    The company owners have no idea of my work, we are a small IT team of 3 (2 devs 1 sysadmin) and then there's the rest of the company. Only the IT knows what I actually do. For the rest no one has idea of my actual work (not even the company owner unfortunately).
     
     
     
    The thing is that our servers are at OVH, so we don't have anything internal that we could use local network. That's the main issue and that's why we're using that many IPs.
     
    Portugal is a really nice country indeed. You should add it to your list you will not regret it. Luxembourg isn't like Hong Kong but it's a real independent country, just like France or Germany or Portugal, the only difference is that its really small hehe.
     
     
    Thank you for your tips. I will do some brainstorm on this once I come back from Holidays, as I am traveling to Las Vegas next week (first time in US btw haha)
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    Diogo Jesus got a reaction from leadeater in Question regarding IP Transit   
    Hey sorry for the late reply but been busy lately with other projects.
     
    The company owners have no idea of my work, we are a small IT team of 3 (2 devs 1 sysadmin) and then there's the rest of the company. Only the IT knows what I actually do. For the rest no one has idea of my actual work (not even the company owner unfortunately).
     
     
     
    The thing is that our servers are at OVH, so we don't have anything internal that we could use local network. That's the main issue and that's why we're using that many IPs.
     
    Portugal is a really nice country indeed. You should add it to your list you will not regret it. Luxembourg isn't like Hong Kong but it's a real independent country, just like France or Germany or Portugal, the only difference is that its really small hehe.
     
     
    Thank you for your tips. I will do some brainstorm on this once I come back from Holidays, as I am traveling to Las Vegas next week (first time in US btw haha)
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    Diogo Jesus reacted to Lurick in Question regarding IP Transit   
    For the IP transit part I think they're saying you'll need to pay just for the block of public addresses and the uplink speed. They likely have a large block of address space reserved with an upstream ISP and then lease those addresses and the uplink speed for a price but when I hear IP transit I usually think of you peering across their network to another network, kind of like with MPLS (or a GRE tunnel even) but there are different types of transit and peering, it's just been a while for me dealing with some of that. Is there a chance you can link to their website by chance @Diogo Jesus ? I just want to see if they mention if the transit price is per IP or per block and check on some other stuff.
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    Diogo Jesus got a reaction from leadeater in Question regarding IP Transit   
    I'm aware of this in case we use it it would be to store only the AS2 Messages which are taking a lot of disk usage at the moment. Each received message is saved and its values stored in the different database (it depends on the message type).
     
    Maybe the S3 would be enough for that matter. Thank you
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    Diogo Jesus got a reaction from leadeater in Question regarding IP Transit   
    With our AS2 and SQL servers. We run master slave and currently have 4 servers MySQL and PostgreSQL (8 knowing they are in master slave).
    They have a NFS mount storage option. Which we are using for proxmox daily backups.
    Didn't had time to go further on this option but i'll do some research for sure.
    Thank you
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    Diogo Jesus got a reaction from DogKnight in Need opinion with our current setup   
    Hello,
    Thank you for your opinion, regarding the data, we got our server back when I started working here, 1 year and a half. so these 200Gb of disk space were taken during this time. As we're storing a lot of client informations (electricity consumption data), this value will increase over time. Plus if we get new clients. Back then the data was taken in paper, but because of law changement this data had to become virtual, and we coulnd't store more paper data...
     
    The idea that I got was to get the front end applications with the database stored on the SSD, because even if we're only around 200GB of data, we have millions of rows in our Database concerning client information and daily consumption (15 in 15 minutes to be exact). Some queries just take over 20 seconds to show up, so I thought maybe moving the most important ones to the SSD would be a win.
     
    We currently cannot add more storage because of how SoYouStart works, basicly they rent servers where they do 0 management and because of that they're pretty cheap. But they do not give the option to add more data or just to edit the actual server. If we want more data, that means a new server... Maybe in the future we might go out form then and rent a rack on a datacenter where we can put our own server. That way it could be easier to manage the actual server.
     
    I will keep working on this, because I want this new server in production by monday, so I guess i'll just update this thread for historic search in the future, it might be interesting for others aswell.
     
    Thank you,
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