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  • 1. { nodestaaarrrarrrchitecture }
    @nodester
    @chrismatthieu
    @WeAreFractal
    @nodeAZ
  • 2. { nodester architecture }
    @nodester
    @chrismatthieu
    @WeAreFractal
    @nodeAZ
  • 3. { nodester stats }
    Open source platform provides free node.js hosting
    Started by @chrismatthieu
    Currently hosting about 2,000 apps
    Github: 280 watchers + 32 forks
    Coupons requested: 10,000+
    Coupons in the wild: 3,000+
  • 4. { system specs }
    Amazon EC2 Extra Large High Memory
    • 17.1 GB memory
    • 5. 6.5 ECU (2 virtual cores with 3.25 ECU each)
    • 6. 420 GB storage
    • 7. 64-bit platform
  • { main components }
  • 8. { implementation}
  • 9. { high level }
    Handles all HTTP and Websocket requests without reverse proxy
    proxy.js
    Handles all REST API, CLI, and nodester.com traffic
    2,000+ Node.JS apps!
    apps
    app.js
  • 10.
  • 11. Chroot & Unionfs
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chroot
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UnionFS
  • 12. { roadmap }
  • 13. { replaced “forever” with upstart }
  • 14. { separate out features } and { reorganize system layout }
  • 15. { separate out features}
  • 16. { reorg system layout }
    /var/nodester
    /api
    /apps
    /nodester.com
    /proxy
  • 17. { look at alternative sandboxing implementations }
  • 18. SELinux?
    http://selinuxproject.org
     set of kernel modifications and user-space tools that can be added to various Linux distributions
    aligned with Orange Book (TCSEC)
    mandatory access control (MAC)
  • 19. { create VM }
  • 20. { replace node-http-proxy }
  • 21. { break out components to own VM’s for production}