People, do you really have reading problems? Stop reading just 2 words on a 10 word line...
I just want to know which cloud offer is cheapest because I'm doing a survey... what's so hard? I don't need to buy cloud... I just want to know what's the cheapest offer on the market... Is that to complicated?
@Host-slim, Internal would be fine.
For the rest of "helpers", if you can't fully understand my request please restrain for posting.
Using the loosest definition of the term 'cloud': one that supports at minimum instant provisioning, miniCloud at OVH is the cheapest I know at .01 euro per hour. Depending on the exchange rate, Rackspace CloudServers is the next cheapest. Followed by EC2, and then Linode.
Total cost is going to shuffle the order a bit since some bill network usage by the GB. Places like Linode bundle the network, etc, etc and miniCloud has some limitations.
If you want to take full advantage of it, the cheapest way would be CloudFlare, WordPress, its CloudFlare plugin and Amazon S3... A nice plugin to use for the CDN would be W3 total cache. That will give you redundant, multi-location geocached cloud hosting that stays online, even when the host server goes down and it serves your files pretty darn quick due to the amazon + cloudflare combo.
Works like a charm for me, and I stay well below 50GB traffic monthly on S3, so it's totally affordable.
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