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AWS outage proves one cloud isn’t enough

AWS outage proves one cloud isn’t enough

AWS went out Tuesday—thus did a large portion of the web. AWS is more solid than a great many people's datacenters and has a wide range of extraordinary elements your normal corporate IT framework needs. However articulate disappointment went to S3 on the East Coast and went on for an incredible 11 hours.

The real cloud merchants outrageously need you to rely on upon them. Without a doubt, you can support your wagers by utilizing various cloud locales, at the end of the day this is foundation you don't control and as a rule don't generally get it. This is a deep rooted issue now ported to the cloud.

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