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Amazon AWS price reduction for EC2, S3, RDS, ElastiCache and Elastic MapReduce

It is a big news. Amazon announced, effective April 1, 2014, they are reducing prices for Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, he Amazon Relational Database Service, and Elastic MapReduce.

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The EC2 Price is reducing from 10% to 38% per your instance type or OS.

The S3 price is reducing from 36% to 65%. The highest price,  0-1TB tier is $0.03/GB/Month.

The Amazon RDS price is reducing by an average of 28%.

The Amazon ElastiCache price is reducing by an average of 34%.

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Amazon S3 prices reduced

It is a good news for Amazon S3 users.
Amazon S3 standard storage prices in all regions are reduced.
Be noticed, Storage price.
Old    New
First 1TB   $0.140 $0.125
Next 49TB  $0.125 $0.110
Next 450TB $0.110 $0.095
Next 500TB $0.095 $0.090
Next 4000TB $0.080 $0.080 (no change)
Over 5000TB $0.055 $0.055 (no change)
New prices are effective February 1st and will be applied to your bill for all storage on or after this date.

AWS Data Transfer Pricing reduced

It is a good news.
Amazon just announce this big pricing change. Users can save up to 43%.
Even like my small blog site, still can get benefit of it. I highlight it below.
Inbound AWS Data Transfer price for all regions (through June 30, 2011)
$0.100 per GB – data transfer in
Outbound data transfer price for US-Standard, US-West and Europe regions (through June 30, 2011)
$0.000 – first 1 GB / month data transfer out
$0.150 per GB – up to 10 TB / month data transfer out
$0.110 per GB – next 40 TB / month data transfer out
$0.090 per GB – next 100 TB / month data transfer out
$0.080 per GB – data transfer out / month over 150 TB
New inbound data transfer price for all regions (effective July 1, 2011)
$0.000 – all data transfer in
New data transfer price for US-Standard, US-West and Europe regions (effective July 1, 2011)
$0.000 – first 1 GB / month data transfer out
$0.120 per GB – up to 10 TB / month data transfer out (10 TB total)
$0.090 per GB – next 40 TB / month data transfer out (50TB total)
$0.070 per GB – next 100 TB / month data transfer out (150 TB total)
$0.050 per GB – next 350 TB / month data transfer out (500 TB total)
Contact us – next 524 TB / month data transfer out (1PB total)
Contact us – next 4 PB / month data transfer out (5PB total)
Contact us – data transfer out / month over 5 PB
So, the first 1GB on S3 is free. In and Out.

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Amazon S3 has Multipart Upload

Just got the email from Amazon. It announced Multipart Upload for S3 storage.

We are excited to announce Multipart Upload which enables faster, more flexible uploads into Amazon S3. Multipart Upload allows you to upload a single object as a set of parts. Each part is a contiguous portion of the objects data. You can upload these object parts independently and in any order. If transmission of any part fails, you can retransmit that part without affecting other parts. After all parts of your object are uploaded, Amazon S3 then presents the data as a single object.
Multipart Upload enables several features we’ve heard customers ask for:
* Parallel uploads – upload multiple parts of an object in parallel to improve throughput
* Pause – begin uploading parts of an object then stop and wait as long as you like before resuming
* Resume – resume an upload that was paused or one that only partially succeeded
* Unknown size uploads – begin uploading data before you know the total size of the object

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Amazon S3 Reduces Storage Pricing

It is a great news that Amazon reduce its S3 price.
These prices apply to Amazon S3 Standard storage in the US-Standard, EU-West, and AP-East regions.
Old    New
First 1TB   $0.150 $0.140
Next 49TB  $0.150 $0.125
Next 50TB  $0.140 $0.110
Next 400TB $0.130 $0.110
Next 500TB $0.105 $0.095
Next 4000TB $0.080 $0.080 (no change)
Over 5000TB $0.055 $0.055 (no change)
I use Amazon S3 as storage and Amazon CloudFront for CDN on some of my sites, including this Blog.

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