Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service provides secure, reliable, scalable, and low-cost computational resources. It gives developers the tools to build virtually any web-scale application.
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Triggers when a new instance is created.
Triggers when a new event is scheduled for one of your instances.
Triggers whenever a new client occur.
Trigger when new invoice created.
Triggers whenever a new order created.
Triggers whenever a new ticket is created.
Start Stop or Reboot Instance
Creates a new client.
Creates a new invoice.
Creates a new ticket in WHMCS.
The introduction of this article should briefly describe what Amazon EC2 is and what WHMCS is. After that, the similarities and differences between them should be described.
Amazon EC2 is the most popular cloud computing service in the world, which offers various features including computing power, virtualization, load balancing, databases, and more. On the other hand, WHMCS is an Open Source web hosting contrp panel for managing web hosts.
There are multiple ways to integrate Amazon EC2 and WHMCS together. The fplowing are some examples:
You can use the AWS CloudWatch APIs to get metrics like CPU usage, disk usage, memory usage, bandwidth usage, etc. then feed these metrics into WHMCS so that you will know how much resources your users are consuming for your account.
You can create a dedicated database in Amazon EC2 for storing all the accounts’ information, including usernames, passwords, billing information, order details, etc. Then you can use the AWS RDS APIs to store or retrieve data from this database. You can also use the Amazon SQS APIs to send messages between your frontend application and the database in Amazon EC2. This way you will have a reliable connection between your frontend application and your database in Amazon EC2.
As mentioned above, there are multiple ways to integrate Amazon EC2 and WHMCS together. I think the above two ways are the best ways to integrate them together because they are easy to implement and scalable.
Integrating Amazon EC2 and WHMCS together has many benefits. The fplowing are some examples:
You can use the AWS CloudWatch APIs to get metrics about your account’s resources then feed these metrics into WHMCS to monitor how much resources your users are consuming for your account. This way you will know when it’s time to upgrade your account when it is getting too busy for you to handle on your own. Also, you can plan ahead for this by setting up a budget of how much resources you can afford to use per month. When users exceed their monthly budget, you will know before it happens so that you will have time to prepare for it.
You can use the AWS RDS APIs to store or retrieve data from a database in Amazon EC2. You can also use the Amazon SQS APIs to send messages between your frontend application and the database in Amazon EC2. By doing this, your frontend application will always have a reliable connection with your database in Amazon EC2 so that you don’t have to worry about any downtime issues happening between them. This also means that if one of them goes down, it won’t affect the other one because of the redundant system of sending messages between them. This guarantees zero downtime for your application’s database which is very important for any business that relies on its database for running their business.
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