Just throwing this out there for discussion
Pros and Cons of AWS versus Dedicated Server Solutions - simply looking for real world "story" and industry expert's opinion of the two.
Differences between "customizing" a virtual environment (cloud) versus a dedicated hardware/software...
I would like to buy one cloud hosting from these providers this week but not sure which provider is better. I used DigitalOcean in the past and it is pretty good but never tried AWS. Can any one suggest me?
Amazon Web Services, management and consulting. At MilesWeb, you get complete management for your Amazon Web Services (AWS). We make your experience with AWS absolutely seamless as each and every aspect of your AWS server is taken care of by our experts.
What are the primary differences between a hosting service like GoDaddy and a cloud based hosting like Amazon Web Services? I could not distinguish and between hoisting services from Aws and Godaddy? which is better?
Someone should please assist me with a solution to this. I set up the one year free vps by Amazon and now couldn't figure how to cancel before they charge my card. I've searched but couldn't get a hang of the cancellation process.
I used DO but not AWS, DigitalOcean has many good hosting features if you want to start a decent VPS hosting package.Can anyone share some comparison in terms of ecosystem, scalability, ease of setup, pricing between DigitalOcean and AWS? I want to know more services of AWS.
I heard of more feedback on AWS Cloud Hosting, including good and bad comments but I would hear your experience if you used their service. Do AWS Cloud Hosting have any problems? What things do i need to consider before purchasing their AWS Cloud Hosting?
I have a small site, its just require less than 500MB storage, average ~30k unique views a month, less than 5gb data transfer. Which option would be cheaper for a year?
I heard of AWS EC2, I only need PHP/MySQL, can this compare to a shared hosting?
I recently read an article about Amazon AWS hosting and how fast it is growing. They even have separate availability zones just for the US Government! Do you think AWS is going to take over all web hosting? How can other companies even compete with them considering how big and popular they are?