AWS Outposts by the Numbers: A Far-Too-Deep Dive Into Pricing

AWS announced Outpost a year ago. It’s a rack-scale computer that lets customers run a limited set of AWS services on-premises. A couple of weeks ago, AWS announced that Outpost was out of beta and generally available.

Now that the pricing is public, I ripped apart the data. These are big, expensive boxes; what do you get for the money? How does it compare to…

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Building computers at Oxide; past: DTrace, ZFS, Delphix CTO, Transposit founder, CEO

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Building computers at Oxide; past: DTrace, ZFS, Delphix CTO, Transposit founder, CEO

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