So I'm the Director of a micro non-profit arts-education project.
We are lucky enough to have several AWS Devops and Architect certified volunteers helping us get the site moved to an AWS Docker so that many more young kids can get access. For the techies its going onto a pretty large multi-server doohicky called an AWS Moodle cluster Docker in an 5.4xlarge or similar. The problem isnt therefore with AWS but Moodle-on-AWS.
They're running into a few problems (wont detail them here to avoid a long post -but will post the problem and the solution once we have a Moodler willing to take a look) but I was hoping someone reading this that is a Moodle-AWS veteran MIGHT be willing to offer some offline advice to get us over the hurdle (and allow 20,000 kids to get moodling!!)
Hope you can help. Either DM me - or ideally say hi here
As I say - I will be keen to post the whole problem/solution here for the benefit of others and the always fabulous Moodlers community. (Im sure there will be some complaints about doing things that way, but you cant please everyone!)
(Edited by Howard Miller to remove external link - original submission Thursday, 16 January 2020, 12:57 PM)