AWS Follows Google With Reserved Instance Flexibility Changes

AWS Follows Google With Reserved Instance Flexibility Changes

Customers who have Reserved Instance contracts with Amazon Web Services will be able to subdivide some of their Linux and Unix virtual machine instances while maintaining their capacity discounts, thanks to pricing changes announced Monday.

Reserved Instances allow customers to lock themselves into paying AWS for a certain amount of compute capacity with the company’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) in exchange for a discount off its list price. 

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