CloudShark on AWS EC2
CloudShark supports running on any instance type that is Amazon EBS-Backed. For the best performance choose the Compute Optimized C4 instance type. It is also possible to run on the General Purpose T2 instance type, however, this is better suited to trials or single user CloudShark instances.
As Amazon is always improving their offerings, it’s worth checking the list of instance types frequently to see if there are better options available.
By default CloudShark will listen on TCP ports 80 (http) and 443 (https). Read the administrator guide to learn more about what TCP ports CloudShark uses and best practices for securing your CloudShark instance.
CloudShark needs to store files on a persistent disk. Native storage on S3 is not currently supported. Disks are able to be resized after they have been created, but start with a good estimate of how much space you will need.