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Mack D. Male

I love Amazon S3, and I agree wholeheartedly with the above statement. We're using S3 in part of one of our upcoming services, and the storage price simply cannot be beat. However the same cannot be said of the bandwidth price - while still pretty low, it's easier to find cheaper bandwidth than cheaper redundant storage.

That said, if the business is heavy on the storage side and light on the bandwidth side, you'd be hard pressed to find a better solution than S3.

Bryan Kennedy

We're a new startup that's be caught off-guard by the popularity of our site - our servers and network simply couldn't handle the 51M hits we've gotten this past week on likebetter.com.

What's interesting, is without my even knowing it, I used the same words as Don's in my own blog, when describing the "Amazon s3 effect": http://blog.pairwise.net/2006/08/22/amazon-s3-the-holy-grail-of-bandwidth-problems/

I've since changed the title though. Didn't want to rehash old news! ;-)

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