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Provide me with flexible pricing models that more closely align with the characteristics of my biz.

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      • A. Mattas commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        There really needs to be support for Amazon's equivilent of reserved instances and spot instances.

      • Don S commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Help. I want to try Azure but the database pricing does not fit my current business state. I want storage pricing according to total Gbytes stored. Not by database. Why? Because I do not have a multitenancy database. I have 100 customers, each with their own database anywhere from 1 mb to 5Gb. Trying Azure does not make fiscal sence to me, even though long tern=m we will make our system multi tenancy, that is years away. So without a pricing change we are years away from even considering Azure. HELP. I wanna try it.

      • Joannes Vermorel commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Pay-as-you-go is about as good as it can be. Except that Azure is still lacking tiny VMs that would lower the entry barrier for small, low traffic apps, I can't think of a better pricing model (unless obviously you consider 'free ala google' as a pricing model).

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