NetApp and Amazon have devised Private Storage for AWS with a NetApp array in a colocation facility with a Direct Connect link to AWS and data replicated to it from a customer's own NetApp array. When should NetApp customers go to the expense of doing this? We're told by a person close to the situation that the rationale for …
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Says that access to Amazon quickest from Brazil.
Surely not news?
You can keep you Volga comments to yourself.
Brazil := Phorm :-(
Good luck with the <3mS latency once you end up having your traffic intercepted and redirected via Phorm's crufty old bit of kit sitting in the UK.
I don't think I get where this is aimed at
I mean it surely can't be the typical "cloud" approach. A DSL line has _far_ greater latency than those 3 ms, if you are lucky you have 10 ms of latency there.
And if you are already inside a data-centre, you can typically have your own harddisks or flash. You don't need to have those in another data-centre. Unless you want to do backup... where latency is largely irrelevant.
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