How does a cloud project solve a problem like Amazon? The once genteel etailer of toasters, books and CDs has now become a byword for "cloud". People just can't stop stuffing more of their data into Amazon's EC2 service. The number of objects held in EC2's S3 storage service grew by nearly 200 per cent in 2011 to 762 billion, …
"$0.125 for the first terabyte"
Or do you mean "$0.125 per gig for the first terabyte" ?
to try it? i don't effin think so.
Stating the obvious
"We heard from several people the are interested in using OpenStack, but don't have the sysadmins do build the KVM or networking"
Yep, that's why this developers uses AWS extensively. AWS seem expensive only when it's compared to the cost of buying a box. I look forward to a competitive product and, maybe, Microsoft or HP or Rackspace will get there but at the moment there's no true alternative. IMHO.
So many errors...
(thereby hovering in even more.) - "Hoovering" perhaps?
(if that sounds like to much hassle) - TOO much!
(told The Reg: "We heard from several people the are interested in using OpenStack, but don't have the sysadmins do build the KVM or networking) - WTF? Plus no closing quotes.
(and if you are developer working on an application) - "if you are A developer"?
(and to that they'd need the hardware) - to DO that they'd need the hardware
(Once your finished, your compute resources return to the pool ) - Once YOU'RE finished!
(Rackspace, Bryce's employer, was a instrumental in creating OpenStack) - a instrumental?
(How Citrix charges isn't clear and it still seems to relying on the Cloud.com start-up it bought last year) - it still seems to BE relying on the Cloud.com start-up...
(With the "deploy" portion of the development cycle) - Should be apostrophes, not quotes as you are stating a name, not quoting.
Did you even bother proofreading? Is level of illiteracy acceptable to the Reg?
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