back to article AWS will keep your traffic on-cloud – for a fee, of course

Earlier this month we covered ThousandEyes' report into cloud networking performance, in which the metrics outfit observed that Amazon offloads cloud traffic from its network at the first opportunity, compared to competitors like Google. As Bezos' crew announced just a few hours ago, there's now a way to avoid that – just pay …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    And we pay them loads... why?

    So despite paying the exorbitant network egress rates, Amazon make the least effort to ensure high quality delivery of your data, but if you pay them even MORE they'll start to care?

    This compares pretty badly (imho) with Microsoft who, from what I can tell, try to get traffic onto the Microsoft network as soon as possible.

    1. Flakk
      Trollface

      Re: And we pay them loads... why?

      This compares pretty badly (imho) with Microsoft who, from what I can tell, try to get traffic onto the Microsoft network as soon as possible.

      When it's up.

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