Amazon Web Services keep getting cheaper.
Adam Rifkin stashed this in Amazon Web Services
Stashed in: DevOps
Not sure if Amazon is facing competition or scorching the earth.
Who wins? Consumers.
And Dropbox, which is inextricably tied to AWS.
"As highlighted in a Bloomberg Businessweek story this week, AWS is staying ahead of competitors such as Google and Microsoft with offerings like Spot Instances that dramatically bring down the price of computing capacity.
“We believe Amazon will continue to cut AWS prices to pass along technology-driven efficiency gains to its customers,” Kirjner wrote."
That was March 7:
Most companies try to hang onto margins for as long as they can.
Not Jeff Bezos. He's all about squeezing margins to eliminate the gatekeepers: