On Thursday, November 19th, and after several months of very hard work in order to manage things in an orderly and as non-disruptive manner as possible, the last remaining regions on the Agni (the Second Life main grid) were successfully transitioned over to running on Amazon Web Services (AWS), thus placing the entire grid “in the cloud”.
The announcement can first via Twitter, and from April Linden, the Lab’s Systems Engineering Manager, Operations, who announced:
The Lab actually started transitioning regions several weeks ago, and without fanfare, first moving a number of regions only accessible to Linden personnel, and they carefully widening things to include selected public regions on the Mainland, and – subject to the estate owners initially keeping quiet as well – private regions that experience assorted loads.
These initial transitions were more about testing certain…
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