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Re: [opensource-62] couple of cloud questions

From: John F.
Sent on: Monday, January 7, 2013 5:52 PM
They do charge but:
  a) You can put disparate machines into one logical network (no charge in that case)
  b) bandwidth is plentiful and cheap compared to disk space

There is no place like home though, eh?  3 copies is best.

On 01/07/[masked]:56 PM, mowgli wrote:
hmm so vendors dont charge to transfer btwn their hosted cloud server & hosted SAN?  i know they charge for the disk space used up but not the transfer itself?

if so, i could do daily backups/rsyncs/clones/etc to their SAN & weekly backups to my local server.

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