back to article Akamai to expand Linode into a cloud so good you’ll want your data to leave it

Akamai plans to turn Linode, the junior cloud it acquire for $900 million, into the platform of choice for developers of distributed Kubernetes applications, and those who have come to fear cloud egress charges. To fill those roles, Akamai will also extend the footprint of Linode’s cloud by adding 13 major data centers, and 50 …

  1. wsm


    Sounds like they are still struggling for relevance with impossible promises of 90% lower costs. Not likely to actually happen. Remarkable that they can spend so much to acquire another unnecessary service.

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