It’s no secret that AWS, like most cloud providers, charge nothing for data ingress. It’s free to put your data in to the cloud, yet they do charge for data egress – getting your data back out again. This fact is often overlooked when modelling the business case for cloud versus on premise. Recently NASA have committed to upload hundreds of petabytes of data in to AWS, and it seems… Read More »Don’t get Caught Out by AWS Data Egress Fees…
Cloud Endure Disaster Recovery. AWS has recently announced what amounts to an 80% price drop of their Cloud Endure disaster recovery software, used for replicating on premise workloads to the cloud for DR purposes. Prior to the price, drop, the list price for Cloud Endure was $45 -$99 per server per month, depending on number of servers and term commitment. The recent announcement has converted Cloud Endure to ‘on demand’… Read More »AWS Price Reductions January 2020
Happy New Year! We all make New Year’s resolutions – lose weight, get fit, get a new job etc. What will yours be? If you are looking to reduce public cloud costs in 2020 then read on as Logicata may be able to help. According to ‘The Cloud Infrastructure Report 2020’ published by Cloudcheckr, only 30% of businesses consider themselves to be managing, tracking and optimizing public cloud costs very… Read More »New Year’s Resolution – Gain Control of Cloud Costs in 2020!
At a recent conference about bio-sequencing, Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, called out that cloud computing costs are getting way too expensive, and that this is holding up advancements in medical research. He specifically called out AWS (Amazon Web Services) and jokingly suggested he may call Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to discuss. Perhaps he has a point in relation to this specific use case – genome sequencing is hugely compute… Read More »Cloud Computing is too Expensive (Says Mark Zuckerberg)