1 website, very small disk space and less then 1/2 GB bandwidth/month) but focus on reliability and high-availability/load-balancing.
This website must be hosted on 2-3 different servers across the US, where they will be load-balanced (either your best load-balancing solution, or simple round-robin DNS. The DNS is already hosted @ ultradns.com but we might run the DNS from you if it fits in with your load-balancing solution.)
Here are the requirements:
- 1 unix hosting account, <10 MB disk space
- 1GB - 5GB traffic / mo (not much)
- Same website mirrored on (at least) 3 servers across US.
If you are well experienced with load-balanced high-availability solutions, I would love to hear from you what you would do to make 1 website load-balanced and rock-solid with no single-point-of-failure.
Actually this can be setup by buying three $5 hosting accounts and putting multiple A records for DNS round-robin.
However, what I'm looking for is someone who has been doing load-balancing for some time and perhaps has more experience with the details such as mirroring the data with coda/nfs/inter-mezzo and running multiple load-balancing round-robin DNS servers.