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I have several questions about setting up Amazon AWS (Virtual Private Cloud/VPC, Load Balancers/ELB) -- I see a lot of questions relating to AWS on SO, but my questions aren't really programming question, more specific questions about how to set up Amazon.

Which StackExchange site should I use?

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Can you make an example? – Pëkka Aug 1 '12 at 20:55
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If you're setting it up for personal use, then SuperUser. If it's for setting up your business infrastructure, then ServerFault. If it's about programming with the AWS SDKs then StackOverflow would be fine. But SO questions about virtualization should be directly related to programming. See my question here about a similar topic: SO Questions about virtualization tools

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Yep; depends what you're trying to do with it, not necessarily just the product/service. From the question it sounds more like enterprise ouse – Ben Brocka Aug 1 '12 at 21:04
thanks all. Yes, this is for business, so off to ServerFault! – Tom Harrison Jr Aug 1 '12 at 21:06

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