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Patrickmoore
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Patrickmoore,
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9/17/2013 | 9:56:25 AM
re: Amazon Web Services Hit By Slowdown
"Note that everyone has different "availability zone" labeling in
AWS--and a zone can be one or more data centers. So my US-East-1b may
consist of data centers that are in your US-East-1a and US-East-1d." I totally agree with jemison
jemison288
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jemison288,
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9/16/2013 | 5:01:36 PM
re: Amazon Web Services Hit By Slowdown
Note that everyone has different "availability zone" labeling in AWS--and a zone can be one or more data centers. So my US-East-1b may consist of data centers that are in your US-East-1a and US-East-1d.
RhommelL296
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RhommelL296,
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9/16/2013 | 10:02:27 AM
re: Amazon Web Services Hit By Slowdown
There is a mistake on the post. I work for 3scale.net not for wuaki.tv.


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