[UPHPU] Amazon EC2 / High availability hosting
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Thu Feb 4 21:19:24 MST 2010
Amazon lets you do exactly that. It doesn't cost anything to sign up
and you'll only pay a few dollars (hourly usage, bandwidth, etc) to
try it for a couple of days. You can then delete the instance and pay
no more, keep paying the few dollars a day, or reserve an instance to
get a discount price. It is more work to set up a more complete system
since you'll probably have to use EBS (elastic block storage, another
service) for persistent storage, S3 for backups, etc.
But it's VERY easy and cheap to try.
(sorry for the duplicate, i meant to reply-to-all)
On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 7:35 PM, Merrill Oveson <moveson at gmail.com> wrote:
> I need a solution where I can remote in to say a super high powered
> (tons of processing power, ram, etc) windows 7, windows 2008 machine
> run some processes and pay for the time or however they charge. Kind
> of goes back to the old days of renting cpu cycles.
> Does Amazon EC2 do this?
> Is there anyone local who does this - xmission? (Kind of nice to be
> able to talk to a human being and get the details, Amazon seems to
> just have a link on their website "sign up here.")
> On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 2:43 PM, Jordan Schatz <white.armor at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Anyone have experience / opinions with Amazon EC2?
>> Where I work is ready to move to managing our own hosts, and I am
>> thinking this could save us alot of money over co-locating several hosts
>> with Xmission or Consonus.
>> Any thoughts?
>> Our top priority is reliability, preferably at the best price.
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