Cloud Computing costs are notoriously difficult to understand and calculate. It seems that some cloud providers want to recreate the complex enterprise pricing of software and hardware in the past.
We believe in the unbound cloud - with cloud pricing that provides an authentic value. While some cloud providers like Amazon force their customers to over-provision by selecting from a short list of packages, here at ProfitBricks we allow customers to have custom server sizes and select the CPU cores, RAM and block storage that meets their requirements. We talk to a lot of cloud buyers and customers and when our sales engineers help customers architect the perfect cloud environments, it quickly becomes apparent that our price/performance leadership brings big savings.
We created an infographic that helps cloud buyers understand how to look at cloud computing pricing. If you would like to learn more about cloud pricing, we suggest you go to our cloud pricing microsite or read the white paper The Secrets of Cloud Computing Pricing.
To fully understand whether an on-premise data center versus an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solution makes sense for your business, you'll want to consider these 4 fundamental factors:
Contact us if you would like us to help you learn how to get the best value from the cloud.
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