I have an rss script running that is putting a very high load on my server at peak times in the day. It slows down and crashes the server daily. The problem is one file in the script that is being accessed by too many ips at peak times and the server cannot handle the load.
I want to put this page on amazon aws to better handle the high traffic load or have the script compensate by balancing the load between my server and [url removed, login to view]
I am not familiar with how this will work so please advise
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